Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Email ettiquette (was RE: windows won't detect my ipod)
Re: Email ettiquette (was RE: windows won't detect my ipod)
From: Glenn Ervin <GlennErvin_at_cableone.net>
Date: Sat, 3 Mar 2007 14:51:50 -0600
I installed the OeFix program, let's check it out.
Is this message better?
I haven't changed any of the settings yet, I just replied and typed and
Brian Wolven wrote:
> Tyler Wood wrote:
>> I think I'll just delete the hole message when replying. And, yes,
>> since I top-post, of course my signiture is going to be at the top.
>> In OE, is there some setting to bottom-post?
> For those of you who must use Outlook Express (and yes, it does make
> sense for some people) I suggest looking at OE-QuoteFix, available
> I don't think it will upset screen readers, although someone else will
> have to confirm that for me. ;)
> From the website itself:
> OE-QuoteFix will extend the functionality of MS Outlook Express
> in numerous ways! Its main purpose is to modify message composition
> windows on-the-fly to allow for correct quoting and to change the
> appearance of your plain-text replies and forwards in general: move
> your signature, use compressed indentation, have RFC compliant
> signatures, etc.
> But the second feature is equally practical: OE-QuoteFix can
> instantly color quoted passages (according to the level of
> indentation), fix bad quoting and generally beautify messages as you
> view them in Outlook Express.
Received on 2007-03-03