Hello Marcel, I noticed today that FairEmail castrates a bit too much.
Unfortunately, there are several email clients that can't handle links properly, especially long ones. Most of them simply break long links unmotivated somewhere, so that the recipient can no longer click on them completely .
Therefore, it has become common practice among the thinking e-mail users that links (basically, especially long ones) are always enclosed in angle brackets. Such limited links are then either not broken at all or only broken up in such a way by the mail clients that they remain completely clickable by the recipient.
Instead of using a link shortener instead of the pointed brackets, it is probably not a good recommendation, as a recipient should generally not click on link shortener links for security reasons.
With FairEmail, however, this link is completely removed from the e-mail (understandable, after all, malicious HTML code could be hidden between the pointed brackets).
BUT this link removal does not only take place in the formatted view, but also in the original view. And that's not okay in my opinion. Thus, the recipient has no possibility to take note of the information mentioned in the link. If it is already called original view, I would like to see the e-mail also completely in the original, thus WITH the contained link. The recipient already receives a corresponding warning when clicking on the 'Original View' button.
Only because I had another e-mail client could I access the link and the information it contained. However, I don't think it's intended that someone who chooses FairEmail should only have to keep another mail client for such cases, do I?