Enriched text is a formatted text format for e-mail, defined by the IETF in RFC 1896 and associated with the
text/enriched MIME type. It is "intended to facilitate the wider interoperation of simple enriched text across a wide variety of hardware and software platforms". As of 2012, enriched text remained almost unknown in e-mail traffic, while HTML e-mail is widely used. Some people see enriched text, or at least the subset of HTML that can be transformed into enriched text, as a superior format for use with e-mail (mainly because of security considerations).
A predecessor of this MIME type was called
text/richtext in RFC 1341 and RFC 1521. Neither should be confused with Rich Text Format (MIME type
application/rtf) which are unrelated specifications, devised by Microsoft.
A single newline in enriched text is treated as a space. Formatting commands are in the same style as SGML and HTML. They must be balanced and nested.
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