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From: Diane Hettrick <>
Subject: Re: [LO] email software madness - technical explanation
Date: Sat, 10 Jan 2009 14:34:47 -0800
References: <E624F14C40604C3EA90675D7CD3D8EBD@HP> <20091102596.192643@jve-home><9BA84D626E0F4671B7DE8FCFC1060557@HP><B269A54BB59743F59CF85CE363F67F2F@gatewaydesktop><FB22AC5FD73142769335D1170DBEB86F@HP><Pine.WNT.4.64.0901101454280.792@ybpnyubfg><email@example.com>
It's kind of fun, though. I'm on a genealogy group on Yahoo and the
list owner is fond of color, highlighting, variety of fonts, underlines
etc. Wakes you right up!
By the way, when I try to "reply all" on these messages, the list name
comes up as undeliverable.
On Jan 10, 2009, at 2:26 PM, Valorie Zimmerman wrote:
>> LISTSERV, the product from L-Soft international, permits HTML
>> messages and attachments.
> That's unfortunate, if a listowner is unwise enough to allow that.
> Plain Text is the gold standard. We should insist on nothing less.
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