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Re: [vox-tech] bash question - how to read specifed amnt of datafrom a file

ok already! this is getting a little out of hand.

if you would have read my previous post you would have known that this is
not the client that came with my NON M$ system.

you come up with a good email client that can deal with multi-byte character
sets, that is free, and is not a giant bloaty monster (i.e. mozilla), and
that will run on OS 9. i'll say it again - i hate outlook express - but i am
using it out of necessity- not because i want to.

in just in case you didn't realize it- there are some people (i.e. people
who have never been lucky enough to have a threaded client) who did not know
that replying to an unrelated message would cause such havoc. i simple
request not to do it would have been enough.


on 03.10.9 8:44 AM, Jonathan Stickel at jjstickel@myrealbox.com was reported
to have writen:

> This is too tempting an opportunity to bash outlook users...
> As Rich points out, it is always easier to hit "reply" than "compose",
> where you have to _manually_ type in a "to" address and a subject line.
> This is true of most email clients.
> But there _is_ a social correlation to outlook:  those who are too lazy
> to click compose are also the ones who are too lazy to explore
> alternative email clients to the default, but extremely faulty, email
> client bundled on their M$ system... ;)
> Jonathan

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