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Subject:Subject: RE: Polite international e-mail From:jmaechtlen -at- amada -dot- com (Jay Maechtlen) To:"techwriter list (E-mail)" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Tue, 22 Feb 2000 11:40:32 -0800
Maybe it's the settings, as I'm using Outlook 98
here's an excerpt of the original message -
Does "Ren=E9 Desch=EAnes" spell his name "Rene", or is=20
it "Ren=E9", and he just gave up on the accented "e"=20
when using e-mail? =20
And, how about his family name? Is there supposed to=20
be a circumflex over the middle "e"?
I don't know. I just saw "?" question marks where=20
several characters were supposed to be.
I see "equal sign"20 at the end of each line, etc...