TF> No, TB doesn't do that. I know that other email clients break URLs
TF> when displaying and cause problems, but not TB. That's one of the
TF> beauties of TB.

If the original mail was sent in HTML format and you reply in a plain
text format such as MicroEd, then The Bat! seems to have a big problem
with certain characters in a URL, e.g. the & character which it
replaces with a space character. Hence, if you use MicroEd to reply to
a HTML mail, you may well find that the link is 'broken' and it wraps
round because it now contains spaces.



John Cunnane

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