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Mail.app and disabling URL interpretation


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If someone sends me code or SQL in the body of a message, the body of the message is reinterpreted to make it a URL.

select * from table.name <http://table.name/>

I'd like to disable Mail.app's method of creating a link out of anything it believes to be a URL, presumably based on word.period.word spacing.

My searches are bringing up just the opposite: how to embed things so they look pretty.

Any thoughts?
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