[EXTERNAL] Re: TeX on Windows? [success!] [BUT PCTeX?]
P.Taylor at Hellenic-Institute.Uk
Thu May 27 01:36:25 CEST 2021
> PS Notice what our MS Exchange server does to URL’s on incoming
> email at Villanova (scroll down below), totally garbling the
> actual URL to make it unreadable! To “protect” us. It seems a more
> enterprising programmer could make a way of showing the actual URL
> in an HTML formatted incoming email while pointing to the
> protected garbled URL underneath. Oh well.
> Unmangle Outlook SafelinksThunderbird plugin to unmangle Outlook
> Protection Safelinks
> By Peter Havekes - peter at havekes.eu
> Based upon https://github.com/mbattersby/unmangleOutlookSafelinks
> Original version by mib at post.com
> Users of Office365 who have Advanced Thread Protection enabled will change
> all URL's in emails to redirect them to an Microsoft filter before
> This will leak information to Microsoft and makes it impossible to see if
> the original URL was safe to open.
> E.g. a link to
> will show as
> and will not be recognized by a user as dangerous.
> This plugin will change the URL back to the original value.
I could not live without it.
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