[access-uk] Re: Compressing emails in OE

the only reason I can think of where compression would be happening, is if, 
like me, you don't clear your deleted items folder for a long time, or, like 
some, not me in this case, you keep emails of intrest to you in the inbox 
rather than saving them to your hd.

i don't think there's a way of turning it off, but there might well be.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ted Martin" <ted@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, January 25, 2006 2:44 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Compressing emails in OE


:A totally blind friend is using Window Eyes and the latest version of OE.
: He has a very quietly running machine, and when he shuts down, he is not
: aware of the message telling him that messages are being compressed, so he
: disconnects the power supply.
:
: He has now learned to wait a few minutes, or ask someone sighted to have a
: look, but the question is - is it possible to turn off this feature in OE?
: I don't think so, but does anyone else know better?
:
: We'd be grateful for any advice.
: Ted
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