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Re: Suggestions for e-mail client:

On Friday 29 September 2006 09:09, Rob Brown-Bayliss wrote:
> On 9/29/06, Todd Zullinger <tmz pobox com> wrote:
> > before viewing.  I never miss seeing someone's large red font or
> > graphical .sig.
> Yet we all have to endure your although very secure 19 line text
> siganture...
>   ;-)

Do you mean the gpg signature?  If so, yes.  Unlike html this is a security 
feature not a liability.

> Honestly, all the html email haters need to get over it, it's not 1991
> any more, we have hard drive space, we have fast cpu's, and we dont
> have to keep every email we recieve (thank the spamers for that
> revelation!)
> I get what your saying, ugly fonts and weird colours and dancing
> monkeys, but it's not worth moaning about.  Delete is your friend...
You prefer html - that is your privilege.  However many of us prefer not to.  
More important is the fact that most mailing lists specifically ask you *not* 
to use html.  Do as you like for private mail, but please respect the wishes 
of mailing lists.


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