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RE: digest jumble (don't send html)


From: Hillmer, Jan (hillmjan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Jul 26 2003 - 06:02:57 PDT

Any ideas on how we can do that?

        -----Original Message-----
        From: Woody Duncan []
        Sent: Sat 7/26/2003 8:48 AM
        To: ArtsEdNet Talk
        Subject: Re: digest jumble (don't send html)

                I don't subscribe to the digest but I suspect that a few
        people (new and old) don't understand that they cause digest
        subscribers problems when they send in html. Some may not
        even understand that when their e-mail program sends text
        or background in color that they are sending in html. I've seen
        a few post like that lately and wondered if it was creating a
        problem. ArtsEdNet users should each find out how to set their
        e-mail program for "text only".
                                                        Woody in KC
> Randy Menninghaus wrote:
> July 24th's digest came though as a 590 K document. As I try to read
> it, some ones message caused the whole digest to present as one or two
> words per line. It is Agonizing to read. What makes that happen? Any
> idea? am I the only one who got it like this?
> --- Randy in Maine reading line by line
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