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Re: [spoon-discuss] Re: [Spoon-business] Expanding the Market

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On Wednesday 30 April 2003 02:28 am, Orc In A Spacesuit wrote:
> From: bd <bdonlan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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> >On Tuesday 29 April 2003 04:36 pm, Daniel Lepage wrote:
> >>On Tuesday, April 29, 2003, at 09:11  AM, Orc In A Spacesuit wrote:
> >>>I'm going to add a bit to what objects we can accept in the Market.
> >>>Primarily, this will be making it so that we can get our own objects
> >>>back safe and sound, but it will also let us get a bit more from
> >>>Thermo.
> >>
> >>I never thought I'd get another chance to use this bit:
> >>
> >>For sending an HTML message to a public forum, I kick Orc in a
> >>Spacesuit in the Ass.
> >
> >Not only that, but it's 70-80% HTML, according to this spamassassin
> > header. Not surprising, coming from hotmail, but still...
> >- --
> >bd
> The thing is, I didn't send an HTML message.  I sent a plain-text message,
> with an attachment that happened to be in HTML.  It's not my fault your
> email programs interpert that strangely.

I know  - my email client handled it fine, and I noticed when I looked at th e 
headers. Still, that counts as 'sending a HTML message'.

> However, seeing as your email programs don't play nice with such
> attachments, I'll refrain from their use in the future.

I don't mind, but you'll get Kicked in the Ass each time.

> The reason I sent the attachement is that I needed to send a table, and
> plain-text wouldn't work for the table well, considering its size.  And I
> am wary of hosting it on my web page, as I fear I may lose hosting very
> soon.

Hm, good point. Perhaps there should be an exception to the HTML message 

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