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* Antwort auf eine Nachricht von MMaloney -at- aol -dot- com an All am 23.07.95
MM> I am new to on-line electronic communication. I am unfamiliar
MM> with electronic protocol.
That happened to most of us some time ago :-)
MM> If it is impolite to introduce one-self, the
MM> rudeness in unintentional.
I enjoy to "hear" from people I write to. But simply try to reduce the
bandwidth you use. I thought of replying by private mail. But perhaps this
helps some readers at "delurking" (appear officially by writing and not only
MM> I look forward to your questions regarding technical
MM> illustrations, both traditional and electronic.
That's a good offer! Just like I offer some insight in European and especially
German affairs. From time to time I get positive responses from readers.
MM> Is there a method to prevent the =93Headers=94 information from
MM> appearing on the responses?
That depends of your tool you use to write here. I have a message editor that
supports the way of response writing I use here. So please RTFM (read the
Greetings from Germany,
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