[pr0k] Hooray!

  • From: Bongfish <bongfish@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: pr0k@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx,Steven Pick <steve.pick@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,Pika <s.tait@xxxxxxxxx>,Paul Byrne <paul.byrne@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 27 May 2002 15:45:36 +0100


Use Outlook Express? Yes? No? Whatever.

You still badly need to know about OE-QUOTEFIX, the tiny utility by
Dominik Jain that saves the world from Outlook's braindead quoting.     
Quotefix sits in the System Tray and silently waits for you to hit
"reply" in Microsoft's mailer, then instantly reformats Outlook's
illusion of what a reply mail looks like into something a bit saner. All
the ">" quoted bits are reformatted to fit on a 72 line, and a proper
"Darth Tyrannus wrote:"-style accreditation added on the top line.      
Then, just for giggles, it colourises it so you can see who said what.
Quotefix is utterly invisible, does nothing nasty with DLLs, exists
completely independent from OE itself (you can run Outlook with or
without it), and is free. If you must use Outlook Express, you can at
last take part in long threads without fscking up the structure of the
replies. And if you don't have OE, send this to your friends who do, as
a handy way of starting to talk to them again.


- It's not for them. It's for us.

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