alan at linuxholdings.co.za
Thu Sep 14 07:48:13 UTC 2006
On Wednesday 13 September 2006 19:48, dro0g wrote:
> I did some searching on this as well since it bugs the hell
> out of me. I found some snippy Usenet posts by one of the
> Evolution devs explaining how putting the signature above the
> text you're replying to isn't the CorrectWay(tm) so that's
> why you can't do it. (it's a historical thing - sigs used to
> have two dashes above them so that they would be stripped out
> by mail/news clients since people used to have ridiculous
> signatures so if you put the signature above the reply text,
> the reply text will get stripped out too)
> of course that affects about 5 nerds still using mutt on a
> sunOS box someplace and all leaves all of us trying to use
> Evo to replace Lookout hitting an Exchange server SOL.
dude, wtf are you smoking?
The entire internet universe, with the exception of those
assimilated into the Outlook borg, does quoting, replies and
The problem is not that the sig is going in the wrong place, but
that (Outbreak-style) you are trying to put the reply in THE
WRONG PLACE. The reply goes at the end, and the sig goes aftewr
the reply. What's difficult to understand about that?
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