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Old 05-24-2007, 11:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello all,
I searched the forums to no avail. Does anyone know of a way to hide all of the link paths in recieved emails. Thank you ahead of time.
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You want to hide links in a received email on your BB? Not an email to which you are replying, but just an email you have received and it is sitting on your BB?
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If I didn't know any better it would be to clean up those darned HTML emails that come in with all that gunk of links all over the place. A good idea! ONLY if there's a good solution.
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If that is the question, then no... there isn't a way. Your BB will only display text email, not the HTML. The HTML gets converted to text, hence all the junk.
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Yes that is correct. I would rather not go through all of the link paths. To be more specific if I were to get an alert email from google it would contain text and path information. I would want the paths removed so it would be easier to read
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Can you set the Google alerts to send Text only ?

For instance, I can do that with my flight notifications, weather alerts, etc. I don't use the google alerts so i don't know about it specifically.
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Yes alerts can be sent Txt only. Thank you for that one. Maybe in the future the links could be shown not as the full link but maybe as a single character. Or maybe an option to strip off the formating as woodi68 may be suggesting
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