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If you're trapped in a DOS-based network (such as Banyan Vines) and that
little piece of hell isn't letting you change the message headers, there's
Type up the mail message you want in a straight ASCII format -- be it
an editor (like the DOS 5.0 editor) or a word processor that can convert
to raw ASCII. Then go into mail and attach the file into a new message.
That way you can put in whatever subject you want since you're creating
a new message.
Cheers (and good luck!)
Greg Kushmerek "They [Australians] don't spell 'beer'
Sr. Researcher/Development with four X's out of ignorance. . .And
Tufts University light beer is a creation of the Prince
Medford, MA of Darkness."
gkushmer -at- jade -dot- tufts -dot- edu -Morse, Thames Valley C.I.D.-