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Date:      Fri, 2 Apr 1999 16:37:27 +0930
From:      Greg Lehey <grog@lemis.com>
To:        Nocturne <dpilgrim@uswest.net>
Cc:        Brad Benson <bradley@softhome.net>, freebsd-chat@FreeBSD.ORG
Subject:   Re: outlook mail  was:(RE: Logo merchandise)
Message-ID:  <19990402163727.C413@lemis.com>
In-Reply-To: <37046B4D.47BC1A7E@uswest.net>; from Nocturne on Thu, Apr 01, 1999 at 11:01:33PM -0800
References:  <000001be7b39$b40c2640$6400a8c0@BillyJoeBob> <370465AC.95322011@uswest.net> <19990402162222.A413@lemis.com> <37046B4D.47BC1A7E@uswest.net>

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On Thursday,  1 April 1999 at 23:01:33 -0800, Nocturne wrote:
> Greg Lehey wrote:
> <snip>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Sure, that works, but it's a workaround, and a barely acceptable one
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> at that.  I've been corresponding with users of Microsoft platform
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> mailers (there, Terry!), and they continually run into trouble because
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> they're used to autowrap.
>>
>> If you can reply to that without mutilating it, without entering
>> explicit CRs, and without making your own text too long, I'll be
>> impressed.  I think you *should* be allowed to reformat it, as long as
>> you keep the indentation level, something like this:
>
> Done.  As for explicit CRs, it's force of habit for me to hit return
> at the end of each line, it comes from my beginings of using pine
> which just scrolled over when your lines ran long.

Ah, but then you're working around the problem.  Most people who use
these mailers let the "editor" do the line wrap for them, but it's too
stupid to distinguish between what you enter and what was there
before.

Greg
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