OT: HTML in JL's msgs.
|From:||Shreyas Sampat <ssampat@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, January 25, 2003, 4:24|
Roger Mills and James Landau wrote:
>I send them through whatever my email response function on AOL uses. Idont know why that should make it harder to respond than other people's
mailboxes should. At least it shouldn't be any more of a problem than
anyone else who's writing through AOL.
Then there seems to be some variability in what AOL does. I've replied
to some of your messages and they come back to me in fine form. But the
other day, I used one of your msgs. (body deleted) to announce my kash
date-time web stuff. It came back to me full of gibberish. (Anyone
else? There have been no nasty comments so far.....)
I used AOL for a brief time and never had problems. I think you do have
to tell it to --turn off-- HTML. This may mean you can't
underline/italicize etc, but that doesn't come through to me anyway. (I
have MS Outlook Express, severely limited and weird in lots of ways....)
To which I ask:
On a related note, does anyone know how to disable HTML viewing in
Outlook XP? I absolutely detest getting HTML email.
Were e- ( /I/, unstressed) a Tsiressa prefix, it's likely it would lose
its identity and become nothing but a mutation of the lenition kind:
e- + nyeb /njeb/ > rryeb /rjeb/ where /r/ is the alveolar approximant.