17-=ED=C1=CA-2004 16:47 _FreeDosStuff@... (Michael Devore)=
>>>>as always, your message appears as 1 long line. Very wide. Manually q=
>>MD> wins and I'll change or not, accordingly. What I won't do is chang=
>>MD> from using the world-standard multi-platform Eudora after ten+ year=
>>MD> with a few million other people.
>> Do you mean, that Eudora can't "hardly" wrap long lines?! I don't
MD> I have no idea what Eudora is doing, the e-mails look okay to me goin=
MD> with plain style. By the way, your original quote-back was not wrapp=
- original (unqoted) letter my mailer automatically wraps (when viewed or
- quotes in viewed/answered letter are untouched. Thus, if someone answer=
to your letter (and not _manually_ edits your text), then I see very lo=
(outside screen borders) lines.
Sometime I manually edit (your) quotes, when answer to letters (for examp=
if I answer to letter of Eric, which answers to you), but in last answer =
Bernd I remain your long line untouched.
MD> indented, and Bernd's was, so what does that mean?
MD> This all would be a good deal easier if sundry people weren't taking =
MD> silly "HTML-email-is-evil, my extra bandwidth bill is .0000238 more
MD> euros/dollars when HTML is used, my billable time to scan past a few=
MD> lines costs an additional 3 zillion zloty's" attitude.
Don't forget about time (to receive and process HTML letters), which
costs much more. Not all sits on wide bandwith.