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RE: Test "results"...
None of these test result messages, nor Alan's response, came in the format
David returned it in. I do get the line breaks that Don posted, but those were
on his end as well. I wonder then what David's system, output, and management
is to constantly force truncation?
Jaime A. Headden
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> Date: Thu, 31 Dec 2009 02:11:42 +0100
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: Test "results"...
> The latest installment of our popular "rescued from truncation" series:
>> Just a quick technical thought - there might be a buffering problem. 2035 =
>> characters is close to 2048 (which is 16 * 128 - numbers which are signific=
>> ant in computing).
>> The buffering problem is probably in one of 2 areas - 1) in the mailing lis=
>> t software (which has been running for lo these many years)=3B and 2) in th=
>> e server (ISP) for USC.edu. This last may have changed in the past few mon=
>> ths=2C and shouldn't have affected the mailing list software=2C but there m=
>> ay be a minor incompatibility with them.
>> Like I said=2C just a quick thought. =20
>> Allan Edels
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