Re: Posts are hard to read
- Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Posts are hard to read
- From: John I Jones email@example.com
- Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2004 08:00:26 -0800
After a quick scan of past posts (say that 10 quickly...) it seems that
the problem exists only with Paul Hill's posts.
I will touch base with him privately to see if we can figure out what
is going on.
Also, I would remind everyone to cut out any text in a reply that is no
longer relevant to what you are saying. No sense in having the same
thing posted over and over again.
On Jan 29, 2004, at 5:25 AM, Catherine Button wrote:
> Many of the recent posts appear to be all old quoted stuff when there
> really is part of it that is new commentary. Problem is, somehow many
> posts are showing up with ALL of the text marked as quoted. (In html
> see this as a straight line on the left hand side of the message and in
> plain text each line is preceeded by one or more "<".)
> I had been throwing out all these posts, thinking that people were
> hitting the reply button, which quotes the original, and then
> to add anything before hitting send. (I've done that!) But it couldn't
> be so many.
> So whatever is going wrong, its really hard to read the posts and
> out what was original and what is the reply! (Unless you all meant to
> My words are mine, and don't reflect the views of my employer.
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