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OT (WAY) RE: Carriage Returns

Igor Pechtchanski wrote:
> On Fri, 18 Jun 2004, DePriest, Jason R. wrote:
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: cygwin-owner at cygwin dot com [mailto: cygwin-owner at
>>> cygwin dot com] On Behalf Of Dave Korn Sent: Friday, June 18, 2004
>>> 11:55 AM 
>>> To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
>>> Subject: RE: Carriage Returns
>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>> From: cygwin-owner On Behalf Of DePriest, Jason R.
>>>  Oops!  You quoted the list address uncensored three times,
>>> included a 
>>> disallowed disclaimer, and didn't spot that no amount of cygcheck
>>> output is going to give us any clue why Mr. Kramer is complaining
>>> about 
>>> the fact that Cygwin uses POSIX style line-ends in a completely
>>> correct 
>>> and standards-specified fashion.......
>> Somebody seems a bit grumpy today.
> MIT = Meanie In Training (no offense to the similarly named
> institution). 
>> I apologize for the 'disclaimer' as it was recently added to our
>> corporate Exchange servers which I do not have administrative
>> control over. 
>> I use corporate-standard Outlook as my email client and I don't know
>> how to make it obfuscate email addresses by default.
> Do you Google:
> <>? 
>> I usually manually fix the email addresses, but I didn't remember to
>> do it. 
>> Also, I'm guessing nobody else gets this problem, or someone would
>> have mentioned it: I get the confidentiality disclaimer appended
>> *TWICE*. Exchange sticks it on once when the message goes out, and,
>> since it recognized that I'm an employee, sticks another one on when
>> it comes back in.
> Nasty, but I guess we have no control over bureaucratic idiocy.  Just
> grin and bear it.
>> I was wondering if John Kramer could try NOBINMODE in his CYGWIN
>> environment variable to try to get around the issues he has.
> Actually, nobinmode just deals with pipes.  I think what he might
> want is actually PERLIO=crlf (a WAG based on a garbled description of
> the problem in the OP's message).
> 	Igor
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I recently had a system crash and I completely forgot about
Outlook-QuoteFix when I got my new system.  Thanks for reminding about
this great tool.  I'm using it now.


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