MS Exchange etc.

Subject: MS Exchange etc.
From: "Eric J. Ray" <ejray -at- GALAXY -dot- GALSTAR -dot- COM>
Date: Sun, 31 Dec 1995 08:36:52 -0600

This discussion isn't germane to TECHWR-L because
it isn't about technical communication. Stuart,
Guy, me, and anyone else who contacts me will
continue off-line.

Eric J. Ray ejray -at- galstar -dot- com
TECHWR-L Listowner

On Sat, 30 Dec 1995, Stuart Reynolds wrote:

> On Saturday, December 30, 1995 1:45 AM, Guy McDonald[SMTP:guym -at- daka -dot- com]

> >Does anyone know the definitive answer to what Character Set is used by the
majority of mail programs? I have run into some difficulty when using extended
8 bit characters (i.e., ISO 8859-1 or US-ASCII) in either MIME or UUENCODE.
> >
> >I became very upset when hearing that my messages "crashed" another persons
system, which certainly is NOT my purpose here. I do not believe the problem
was on her end, or the OKState server. She uses Eudora, which I used last
year, progressing to Pegasus, then EMC and now MS Exchange. All of these
changes have greatly enhanced my setup here, however there are many who run
mail programs that cannot digest certain imbedded object structures or
attachments. Originally I

> Hi Guy.. I am using Exchange (Win 95). in the properties of the "service", I
have (when in the message format button is clicked) MIME encoding turned on
(check box is ticked) and the Character set IS 8859-1. Also, I can't remember
where, but there is also a setting, which if checked, will send your messages
out, as Windows RTF format. I dunno what their version and the standard RTF
is, but that could also be a problem.

> the only thing I have been told of, is a friend of mine, who is running OS/2,
gets the = symbols, instead of an "invisible" word wrap.

> Stui
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