Query for dec teleprinter roms
cube1 at charter.net
Sat Nov 21 08:14:19 CST 2015
Basically, I expect that the complaint is that the lines have extraneous forced new lines in them instead of just flowing and letting the recipients email client take care of it. I use Thunderbird and noticed this behavior but I don't yet know how to fix it either.
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> On Nov 21, 2015, at 03:27, simon <simski at dds.nl> wrote:
> I am very curious as what you are talking about. Is it something with html in mail? I configured thunderbird to only show me plain text so I can focus on the content and not some graphic noise.
> On 20-11-15 23:06, Peter Coghlan wrote:
>>> Just a hit . . scanning/printing without having to go to kinkos etc....
>>> to any of you needing something that will
>>> print--- nice photos
>>> print 11 x 17
>>> scan a tad larger than 11 x 17
>>> reasonable price
>>> free OCR software
>>> built in duplex printing
>>> has a bin sheet feeder too for doc size
>>> get a hp officejet 7612
>>> I got mine on sale for $160
>>> not a speed demon but a helpful device
>>> it is handy. there are times we need to print something larger than
>>> legal size for museum displays etc or scan large magazine cover,
>>> schematics etc... it has worked well.
>>> we use this for pretty much in house use.
>>> patrons needing lots of something scanned we have still have to
>>> contract with one of our offsite vendors.
>>> (shoemakers children analogy etc.)
>>> Ed Sharpe archivist for SMECC
>> Are you formatting your outgoing emails like this in retaliation for not
>> getting [cctech]/[cctalk] in the subject line in order to be able to sort
>> your incoming AOL mail?
>> Peter Coghlan.
> Met vriendelijke Groet,
> Simon Claessen
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