dissectingtable at comcast.net
Wed Feb 4 18:36:32 CET 2004
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| Chris Fox wrote:
|>>| That depends on who your recipient(s) is/are. Sending inline sigs
|>>| to a friend who uses Ximian Evolution would be bad, since Evo
|>>| doesn't do inline PGP at all anymore (older versions tried but
|>>| IIRC, it didn't work very reliably). Conversely, sending PGP/MIME
|>>| to Outhouse Express users won't get you very far either.
|>>The product in question is called "Outlook Express." Can we keep
|>>these sophorisms off the list, please?
| Uh, no. If you wish that the list contain no humor which you do not
| enjoy, I can't help you. Sorry. Feel free to /dev/null all posts
| from me if you find my posts offensive. I promise I won't mind at
I prefer my humor a little more sophisticated and a lot less
repetitious, please. Given the tone of your response I'll probably take
you up on the suggestion. Pity, though.
Chris Fox, Windows User, Linux User (#341856), non-partisan
"[The multiplicity of reality at large] is an inescapable consequence of
[quantum theory's] allowing superpositions of what classical physics
would regard as mutually exclusive alternatives."
~ -- Michael Lockwood /Brit. J. Phil. Sci./ (1995)
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