[rewrapped to fit <= 80 columns] I demand that Timothy D. Lenz may or may not have written...
> First, I don't know why, but everyone of your post comes through as a text > attachment which has to be saved out to be read. Others on the list come > through normal. They look fine here. However, I notice that they're GPG-signed and have a structure as follows: multipart/mixed multipart/signed text/plain application/pgp-signature text/plain This last text/plain section is added by the list software; it's presumably also that which adds the containing multipart/mixed and moves the Content-Type header for the multipart/signed section out of the message headers into a MIME headers section in the message body. This is signed by way of experiment; as sent, it has multipart/signed in the message headers. If you see the same with this message, you have buggy mail software (but seeing that it's MICROS~1 Lookout Express, that's not really surprising). [snip] -- | Darren Salt | linux or ds at | nr. Ashington, | Toon | RISC OS, Linux | youmustbejoking,demon,co,uk | Northumberland | Army | + Output *more* particulate pollutants. BUFFER AGAINST GLOBAL WARMING. When nothing can possibly go wrong, it will.
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