Converting HTML to Text Emails
EML files that are written using HTML may contain malicious content and therefore many companies require them to be converted to text before they are sent to the recipient.
When activated, the policy handles the files in the following manner:
|n||The email attachments are preserved after the conversion.|
|n||The email’s body in plain text does not support bold, italic, colored fonts, or any other text formatting.|
|n||Images and logos that are displayed directly in the message body are added as attachments to the sanitized email.|
|n||In-line links, including in-line link images, are converted into URL addresses.|
|n||Email body text is aligned from left to right.|
When an EML file contains calendar alternative content, which are not attachments, the email is not converted to plain text in order to preserve the invitation capabilities.
To activate this policy:
|1.||Click Policies in the Management navigation panel. |
|2.||Click Email in the lists of Actions by File Types.|
|3.||In the right panel, check Convert HTML to Text.|