On Sun, 21 Jun 1998, Bill Houle wrote:
> And while Roger is right that there's very little that can be done
> for the clueless wonders, this particular fix did solve the majority
> of my user problems: those who know how to cut'n'paste and cannot
> fathom why (and more importantly, where) Outlook decides to
> auto-wrap lines. This makes it all a moot point.
Most of the ones I encounter do NOT know how to cut-and-paste. They
assume "copy" means "read it and try to remember the characters"; they
eliminate spaces between words, inject them into the middle of the keys,
> (And whoever suggested ignoring >> characters was dead-on for
> Outlook/IMS and its bizarre quoting mechanism.)
It was AOL I had in mind, actually.
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