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Topic: -snip- bypass question. (7 msgs / 103 lines)
1) From: Ken Merrell
How do you get around the "snip"? I have had the middle of my posts snipped 
out.
Thanks,
Ken

2) From: Johnny Kent
Use plain text ;-))
At 04:49 PM 5/1/2004 -0500, you wrote:
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unsvbscribes) go tohttp://sweetmarias.com/maillistinfo.html#personalsettings<Snip>

3) From: Wandering John
Thanks Johnny.  I got a real chuckle out of our new software expert
telling us how things work and then... 
So - Linux anyone? O)  just kidding!   
John - charts and flight compass on the table - going south.
On Sat, 2004-05-01 at 16:56, Johnny Kent wrote:
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4) From: John Blumel
On May 1, 2004, at 6:09pm, Wandering John wrote:
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Well, when you consider that the 'information' he provided was 
dangerously wrong...
John Blumel

5) From: Ken Merrell
Please explain the "dangerously wrong" part.  I'm here to learn from the 
'experts'
Ken Merrell
At 07:10 PM 5/1/2004 -0400, you wrote:
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6) From: John Blumel
On May 1, 2004, at 7:15pm, Ken Merrell wrote:
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Well, any incorrect information related to computer security is 
dangerous because it may lead them to underestimated the threat from 
certain activities and, thus, do things that are unsafe. I'll follow up 
with you offline since I'm sure the list doesn't want to read a long 
winded critique on this topic.
John Blumel

7) From: Terry Stockdale
At 04:49 PM 5/1/2004, you wrote:
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Ken,
I see that you're using Eudora for email, as I am.  As of version 6, Eudora 
has added a option to snip out redundancies in messages.  This "option" was 
enabled by default.  It affects the message as you see it, and does not 
show a number of lines -- instead, it shows "snip".  I don't know if it 
affects a subsequently forwarded/responded message.
Go to Tools/Options/ContentConcentrator.  The selections are None, Compact 
and Terse.  I use "None" which has eliminated the "snip..." problem.
Also, you might look for a program called Edit-X, which is freeware.  It 
enables you to customize or eliminate the X-Sender and X-Mailer lines that 
Eudora creates.
Terry Stockdale --  Baton Rouge, LA
     http://www.terrystockdale.com


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