-----Original Message-----
From: John Hilton IV <jhilton4@ussafety.com>

>Booth:
>
>I'm John Hilton, the author of the reference E-mail and I'm not sure what
>problem your referring to.  My only attachment is my standard signature
>card.  I'm using MS Outlook 5.0.  The referenced message and others that I
>sent are showing up OK in the user group when I refresh, i.e. I'm seeing
>them just like any other post.
>
>Let me know if this one is readable.
>
>Also,  I've had several people respond directly to me and they apparently
>are not having any trouble.
>
>Thanks,
>John Hilton
>
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: <boothm@ibm.net>
>To: <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com>
>Sent: Thursday, July 22, 1999 8:32 PM
>Subject: Re: V4R4 - AFP Overlays failing
>
>
>> Am I the only one getting these posts with an empty message?
>>
>> The body of the message is in some sort of attachment.  This is the
second
>> one tonight.
>>
>>
>> In <008c01bed472$a458dd00$9fd495d0@ussafety.com>, on 07/22/99
>>    at 01:47 PM, "John Hilton IV" <jhilton4@ussafety.com> said:
>>
>>
>> >-<Attachment #1, unnamed (2730 bytes), multipart/alternative 7bit>-

John, The messages that you are sending are in MIME format, which Booth's
mail reader (MR/2, Booth?  Wow, does THAT bring back memories...)
apparently doesn't understand.  I imagine your posts look a little funny to
anyone getting the digest version of the list, too.  I'm using Outlook
Express, not Outlook, but I think the correction is similar.  Go into your
address book entry for Midrange-l and there should be a box to check saying
something like "Send E-mail using plain text only" - check that box.  Also,
in your global settings (Tools/Options in Outlook Express, probably similar
in Outlook), under Send there is probably a checkbox with verbage to the
effect of "Reply to messages using the format in which they are sent".  It's
normally recommended to have that turned off when participating in mailing
lists, so that if someone inadvertently sends an HTML message to a list you
don't accidentally compound the problem with replies that you make.

Personally, I think Microsoft ought to have a very visible setting somewhere
that says something like "turn off advanced features which cause problems in
mailing lists", but I don't think we'll ever see it.

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