The answer is yes, several things can be done.  First, most email
clients can be set to not include the original message in replies.
(You'll notice that mine is set that way.)

Those who do not want to enable this feature should be editing out all
but the most pertinent information from the quoted message.  This
should include deleting all message headers and signatures.  Editing
quoted text is a list rule and common net courtesy.  You're not the
only one who finds this disregard for net etiquette annoying.

Anyone who wants to find out how to turn off automatic quoting in
Outlook Express please write me privately.

"Happiness isn't getting what you want, but appreciating what you
have."
Regards
Jeff <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>  -  ICQ UIN:  736807
Computer and Internet Accessibility Consultant
http://business.fortunecity.com/washington/444/
Blind Man's Bluff:  http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Bluffs/8545/


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