Which Email Client
Fri Nov 9 11:04:02 2001
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On Thursday 08 November 2001 18:20, Alexander Skwar wrote:
> I don't get it - mutt displays it just fine. It's just worse to read
> than 72 char lines. And this also holds true for Mozilla - a typical
> MUA which handles too long lines well.
"Too long lines" are mails where a line stands for an entire paragraph.
A MUA should wrap those lines to the current display width...
But I guess mutt can do that, too ;-)
We have once again come full circle on the same basic question of
privacy on the Internet. If you have privacy, so does the person
sending around terrorist documents. And of course, we wouldn't want
that now, would we? [...] But what if governments, concerned about
mounting public pressure, decided to label protesters at the next WTO
roundtable, World Bank meeting, or G-8 summit as terrorists?
-- John Horvath: The Internet: A Terrorist Network?
Telepolis 2001/08/22 (#9350)
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