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> Date: Tue, 04 Dec 2001 10:50:01 -0600 (CST)
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Just to say that I would really appreciate it if you'd quote the
> > old messages that you're replying to using the standard convention
> > of preceding each line with a ">" sign. Otherwise it's terribly
> > difficult to make out what you're saying.
> Fair enough, I actually prefer this. As you can see, I can do this
> on Webmail, just not on Outlook.
> So, since this is such a great concern to you, d'you suppose you can
> tell those of us with Outlook how to make the program do this for
> text you paste into a message? Eudora lets you just "paste as
> quoted," but I can't seem to get Outlook to do it, and I can't
> justify saving other people 4000 seconds by spending 10000 of my own
> seconds adding a "> " and a carriage return to every line. :)
I'm afraid not -- I've never used Outlook, not being a big fan of
Microsoft's offerings. (I won't go there, we're far enough off topic
as it it :-)
Maybe someone else who does use Outlook can answer this question?
(I hope you appreciate I wasn't "having a go" at you here -- your
message just happened to be the one that provoked me into writing what
had been on my mind for a while. No offence intended.)
/o ) \/ Mike Taylor <email@example.com> www.miketaylor.org.uk
)_v__/\ "Did you say ... knives?" / "Yes, that's right, rotating
knives ..." / "Oh, sorry, perhaps we didn't make that clear.
We weren't planning to slaughter our tennants" -- Monty