Subject: OT- Rick Mohe's posting advice
From: "Alexander Terekhov" <alexander.terekhov@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 12 Feb 2008 21:20:47 +0100

Rich Mohe at his best.

Quoting Rick Mohe (rick@linuxmafia.com):

> Quoting David A. Temeles, Jr. (dtemeles@nvalaw.com):
>
> > I am rather new to actually posting in discussion groups, so please excuse
> > my rather clumsy attempts to communicate with the group.
>
> Thank you again, for participating.  I can suggest an add-in for your
> mail program...
>
> > X-Mailer: Microsoft Office Outlook 11
>
> (aka Microsoft Outlook 2003)
>
> ...that you might consider, if your company's IT policy permits.  It's
> called Outlook Quotefix, a proprietary free-of-charge program described
> and downloadable here, that permits you to use standard Internet quoting:
> http://home.in.tum.de/~jain/software/outlook-quotefix/
>
> I have no experience with it (am not a Microsoft user), but have heard
> good things about it.  In particular, it doesn't prevent you from
> running MS-Outlook _without_ Quotefix, e.g., to interact with people who
> expect Microsoft-style quoting and top-posting.

Perhaps Rich can recommend (to all subscribers of this list) an add-on
to mitigate the same "problem" regarding, say, default configuration
of IBM Lotus Notes and etc. Clients.

:-)

regards,
alexander.

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world" and "bare" licenses in his Appellant's Brief, the issue at hand
is fairly simple."

 -- Brief of Appellees (CAFC 2008-1001).