In a message dated 95-12-24 18:30:07 EST, firstname.lastname@example.org (Curt A.
>The AOL mail reader is only slightly more brain-alive than this old DOS MCI
>Mail package I'm answering from. Neither has any sort of automated
>quote-and-reply built in.
If the user is using AOL for Windows 2.5, they do: simply highlight the text
to be quoted and hit Reply or Reply to All. The next Mac version will support
the same function.
>Now, AOL software is buggy; the one person I tried to force to use this
>feature said it didn't work on her installation. But most users should be
>able to do that.
I've never had a problem replying to posts -or- using copy/paste; if your
list readers say they are, you should feel free to suggest that they make use
of our "TechLive" support staff online. The area is free to the user and
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