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Subject:Re: Request help From:Marilynne Smith <mrsmith -at- CTS -dot- COM> Date:Sat, 30 Dec 1995 16:38:00 PST
I'm running Eudora trouble free. I get Guy's mess at the end, but I can't
read it. It doesn't bother anything. I have Mime encoding turned on. I'm
running Eudora 1.4.4. Maybe the version makes the difference.
At 11:31 AM 12/30/95, Matt Ion wrote:
>In <199512300650 -dot- WAA24161 -at- fun -dot- direct -dot- ca>, on 12/29/95 at 10:45 PM,
> Guy McDonald <guym -at- DAKA -dot- COM> said:
>Eudora is (pardon my French) a piece of crap. When I worked tech support at
>an ISP, we had no end of calls from people whose Eudora (which we packaged
>with the startup software we sent out, for some silly reason) was crashing
>on a piece of mail.
>Hmm, I've never had that problem. I would suspect that Eudora itself is not
>very well equipped to deal with the unknown, and recommend a better mail
Is this what Guy's untranslated message said? If so, I wouldn't appreciate
my software adding to my signature line.