On Wed, 19 Dec 2001, Richard B Baird wrote: > I know about rules etc. for modern mail readers. Problem is, I don't use > modern mail readers. I spend a lot of time on "other peoples" computers. > It has been my practice for the last few years to simply use a browser > based mail reader (served up by notes), because the interface is simple > consistant and I don't ever have to worry about installing any software on > someone elses pc. I can get to my mail from anywhere and I don't have to > (want to) use outlook. > > Maybe that makes me old fashioned. Maybe I'm the only one that this stuff > bothers. If so, I appologize. But I'm not sure what the purpose of having > a digest mode if it makes it harder to consider, evaluate and respond to > messages. I agree with Rick here. I don't use newer email clients (though I probably could) because I access my email from several different places. Some of my access is just telnet or ssh so I only get command line access. So graphical, fancy clients are out. If Pine can't do it I don't want to hear about it :) James Rich firstname.lastname@example.org
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