@@ -377,23 +377,7 @@ If you use this setting, you should pass the `only_path: false` option when usin
Action Mailer will automatically send multipart emails if you have different templates for the same action. So, for our UserMailer example, if you have `welcome_email.text.erb` and `welcome_email.html.erb` in `app/views/user_mailer`, Action Mailer will automatically send a multipart email with the HTML and text versions setup as different parts.
-The order of the parts getting inserted is determined by the `:parts_order` inside of the `ActionMailer::Base.default` method. If you want to explicitly alter the order, you can either change the `:parts_order` or explicitly render the parts in a different order:
As issue #7978, the order in which ActionMailer
sends multipart messages could be unintentionally
overwritten if a block is passed to the mail
method. This changes the mail method such that
:parts_order is always respected, regardless of
whether a block is passed to mail.