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  • Sophie Rickebusch

    Sophie Rickebusch Feb. 3, 2006, 11:47 a.m. (Message 44081)

    Re: curious

    Yes, I've noticed attachments seeming to appear with some messages lately too. I 
    think it's linked to whether the message is plain text or not - when there's an 
    attachment, there's also a line at the top saying "This message was written in a 
    character set other than your own." and offering the possibility of opening it in a 
    new window if it doesn't display correctly. This is something my webmail does 
    because of its limited display capabilities (I think - things like accents typed on a 
    French computer often turn into something weird). I don't see any attachment 
    when I get the same e-mail at home (using a standard mail software).
    
    I think it's nothing to be worried about, but no doubt Anselm or one of the 
    numerous other "computer people" (as opposed to dabblers like myself) on this list 
    will give a more accurate explanation.
    
    Sophie
    
    Quoting "mj.sheffield" <xx.xxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xx>:
    
    > Messages from Strathspey often appear to have an attachment (according to 
    > the Outlook Express icons).
    > I though it was forbidden. Is something underhand afoot?
    > 
    > I also get postmaster messages telling that my messages to Strphapsey could 
    > not be delivred to various unknown personnages.
    > Just more clutter in the mailbox, I guess.
    > 
    > Martin 
    > 
    > 
    > 
    
    
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    Sophie Rickebusch
    CH - Wettswil a. A.
    
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