On Saturday 12 November 2005 14:35, Steve Lamb wrote:
>Gene Heskett wrote:
>> This is the problem if you do not see a 'Cheers, Gene' along with
>> some other stuff below. I'd recommend you get a real email agent if
>> thats the case. If it doesn't show my sig, I'd consider it broken.
> Y'know, I didn't see your signature and certainly don't consider
>Thunderbird broken. Of course it is because I installed the Quote
> Colors extension and have signatures hidden. I call that a
> preference. :P
And its preventing you from seeing the unsubscribe instructions
appended to every message comeing through these servers. You choice if
you want to look like you just got off the bus.
I looked at Thunderbird because a friend was raving about it. It
didn't impress me, but then I'm used to kmail from kde 3.3.0. Html
doodads are nothing but a PITA that quadruples the size of the message,
email should be pure text. TBird makes that difficult IMO. It's
pretty, yes, but its usability to me is a -1.
> On the other hand after having turned on signatures I did find it
> rather amusing that someone who is blasting someone else for ignoring
> signatures is themselves ignoring signature convention by about a
> dozen lines. ;D
And you cannot count either. I could get rid of the Openoffice blurb,
but the rest stays, its been there for years and you are the first to
complain in about 7 years now...
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