J C Lawrence wrote:
> Outlook is the obvious first discard.
Actually Outlook Express, at any rate, does a better job these days with
standards than Eudora does.
> Eudora, outside of the
> Professional edition STILL doesn't properly handle attributions.
Eudora doesn't have a "professional edition." There are thre modes --
lite, sponsored, and full -- and they don't handle attributions at all
> Pegasus seems to do a reasonable job from a standards PoV in that it
> properly attributes, quotes, emits proper MIME, etc
If by "properly" quoting you mean using the prefixes our ASCII dinosaur
tools used, maybe it's time for us to understand that "properly" isn't
so proper any more, and what Outlook and AOL do is what far more people
> and in general is a reasonable netizen.
On the other hand, it's incredibly inconsistent with other Windows programs.