At Account settings page (
/admin/config/people/accounts) I can edit system mails Drupal is sending (Welcome, Account activated, Account blocked and so on).
I also installed and configured Swift Mailer module. At Message settings page (
admin/config/swiftmailer/messages) I selected HTML for message format.
Then I edit some message template and enter html content there like:
<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <title>Your account at (site:name) has been activated.</title> </head> <body> (user:display-name), Your account at (site:name) has been activated. You may now log in by clicking this link or copying and pasting it into your browser: (user:one-time-login-url) This link can only be used once to log in and will lead you to a page where you can set your password. After setting your password, you will be able to log in at (site:login-url) in the future using: username: (user:account-name) password: Your password -- (site:name) team </body> </html>
However in mail I receive I still got
Content-Type: text/plain; and I see it as plain text.
At that Swift Mail Message settings page it says:
“You can set the default message format which should be applied to e-mail messages.”
But I don’t see that option anywhere? How to change this default message format (to “text/html”)?
I found out that if I uncheck “Respect provided e-mail format.” on SwiftMails Message settings page I do get text/html content type in mail header. However all the tags I enter in mail template are stripped out and new rows are automatically converted to paragraphs?
I expected that there will be “HTML email” text format at Text formats page (
/admin/config/content/formats) where I can set filters, but there aren’t any.