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email etiquette
Authored by: glusk on Oct 09, '09 12:26:20PM

And yet you used underline and italics to emphasize your point.(?) :-/

(I'm sure this was intentional, but I couldn't resist the bait.)



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email etiquette
Authored by: tedw on Oct 09, '09 02:35:20PM

italics in email are usually sent as rtf, not html, and this isn't an email anyway. but I appreciate the irony regardless. :-)



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email etiquette
Authored by: palahala on Oct 09, '09 03:48:56PM

Not RTF, but enriched text, I hope? As far as I know, only older versions of Outlook use Microsoft's RTF (and that's exactly why Outlook fails to communicate well with non-Outlook clients, and why sites like winmaildat.com exist).

(Apart from that, I think HTML is used much more often than enriched text.)



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