-=PCTechTalk=- Re: freelist

I think if you re-read my message Rick, you will see I said "and if there's
a setting not to reply in the same mode as  the message sent, then it works
good."  I don't know if there is or not, I don't use it. But the people that
were using it were told to check for those two settings and after they did
theirs straightened out.  That would possibly be why it's showing up in the
reply mode....it's the same problem we had on that list. We have no ads on
Smartgroups either. So far the only thing that has given us a problem is the
size limit of 100 kb per post...but we've found a way around it....it's a
graphics group.
Lee Rhodes  lenella@xxxxxxxxxxx


----- Original Message -----
From: "DH (Rick) Holmes" <hayvan@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: <pctechtalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, July 28, 2002 8:03 PM
Subject: -=PCTechTalk=- Re: freelist


>
> Ha, now, Lee, is there a setting in Incredimail that allows one to
> opt for "not to reply in the same mode as the message sent?"
>
> That would fix it I guess.
>
>   But, without the least desire to disagree or flame or be flamed,
> *my* experience is that it is only in the 'Reply' mode that the
> ='s and OD's etc are inserted. This *always* providing the setting
> is to plain text. In plain text, original subjects (or not replied
> to mail) gave no problem. I never recognised any problem on Yahoo
> either. Incredimail/Freelists/Incredimail may be all right too, I
> don't know.
> I agree absolutely with Linda and others -  there is no comparison
> between Y and F lists.  Free is free, Yahoo is not, the adverts pay.
>
> Just my second 2c's worth. LOL
>
> Rick
>
>
>
>
> Lee Rhodes wrote:
> > And we have the same problem with it in Smartgroups too.  If the people
set
> > it to plain text and if there's a setting not to reply in the same mode
as
> > the message sent, then it works good.
> > Lee Rhodes  lenella@xxxxxxxxxxx
> >
>
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