From: Peter Ruest (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Jan 13 2003 - 00:53:55 EST
> I noticed that when I receive my own posts they have what appear to be
> carriage returns surrounding the text (=20). I cannot see them in the
> outgoing e-mail but I believe they occur whenever I copy and paste from MS
> Word into an e-mail. I don't know why but am sorry for the confusion the
> characters cause.
I routinely copy and paste from MS Word into the outgoing e-mail,
without producing the confusing character translations. Please check
your browser settings.
I use the Netscape Communicator, where you can "Edit" the "Preferences":
"Mail & Newsgroups - Messages - Send messages that use 8-bit
I activated "Using the 'quoted printable' MIME encoding";
"Mail & Newsgroups - Formatting - Message formatting",
I activated "Use the plain text editor to compose messages";
"Mail & Newsgroups - Formatting - When sending HTML messages...",
I activated "Convert the messages into plain text".
Maybe any of these settings help.
But I assume Terry Gray may give you more precise (possibly more
-- Dr. Peter Ruest, CH-3148 Lanzenhaeusern, Switzerland <email@example.com> - Biochemistry - Creation and evolution "..the work which God created to evolve it" (Genesis 2:3)
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