Hi Robin,

raoca> This didn't occur, but because you didn't send your message as HTML. I
raoca> have experienced it often, that a message written in HTML and containing
raoca> the & character (coded as & in the HTML) loses this in the reply. In
raoca> general TB! is not good at quoting text that was in HTML in the original.

Thanks for pointing this out. This is exactly my problem. Replying to a HTML mail
with the MicroEd editor makes the & character disappear from any HTML link.

Using The Bat! v2.10.03 on Windows 2000 5.0 Build  2195
Service Pack 4

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