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Re: General Inquiry

mwoehlke wrote:
> Robert Pendell wrote:
>> mwoehlke wrote:
>>> George wrote:
>>>> On Fri, Aug 04, 2006 at 04:40:34PM +0100, Dave Korn wrote:
>>>>> On 04 August 2006 16:31, Steve Doherty wrote:
>>>>>   Generic response.
>>>> You didn't read the headers:
>>>>> Content-Type: text/plain
>>>>> Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit  Hello sales,   Good day and Am Steve
>>>>> Doherty from
>>>>> [snip]
>>> Aw, you ruined it... it was much funnier when it was just empty.
>>> Wow... that's the first time I've seen a MESSAGE in a header
>>> (Content-Transfer-Encoding??). I've seen people muck with the 'from'
>>> headers, but nothing like this. It looks like it's either unintentional
>>> (broken mailer?), or ...maybe just a way to get around spam filters
>>> (though not a very effective one)?
>>> I wish Thunderbird let me pick which headers to display. Guess sometime
>>> I'll have to find the motivation to build my own copy (even if
>>> maintaining a patch is a total PITA).
>> Use the Mnenhy extension for Thunderbird.  The Custom Headers bit should
>> do it.
> Ah, yes, EXACTLY what I was looking for; thanks!
> (Ok, Dave, do you *always* change your "To:"? Now that I can see it... ;-))

Glad to help. Why oh why was the digital sig invalid on my message.
Looks like the equal signs that were present on the end of a few lines
in the message were stripped out.  Gah!

Robert Pendell

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