In wanderlust, if an attachment has an
image/* content type, the image will be properly displayed in the message buffer. For example ...
Content-Type: image/jpeg; name="foobar.jpg"
However, some emails arrive with their attachment's content type set to
application/octet-stream, even though the attachment is an image, and wanderlust will not display these images in the message buffer. For example ...
Content-Type: application/octet-stream; name="foobar.jpg"
Is there any way to configure wanderlust so that it uses the
name attribute to determine that an octet stream represents an image, so it can be displayed in the message buffer?