By using HTML on your emails, you are NOT making it accessible.
Plain text mail is accessible, as it can be read by every single client.
(And wrap that shit to 72 chars)
I get email from banks/brokers that arrive as a multipart MIME msg, & the "text/plain" part states nothing more than "you need to update your mail program for better security". The "text/html" part actually conveys a useful msg. So although my text MUA is smart enough to render HTML in text form, it also favors the "text/plain" part if it's there, thus hiding the msg.
We should start sending emails with an HTML part that says "turn off HTML to read this msg".
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