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PCYMTNQREAIYR (was: window resizing not updating COLUMNS and LINES)

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Igor Peshansky 
> Sent: Wednesday, June 21, 2006 5:42 PM
> To: Valster Nico-anv009
> Cc: mwoehlke;
> Subject: RE: Re: window resizing not updating COLUMNS and LINES
> On Wed, 21 Jun 2006, Valster Nico-anv009 wrote:
> <>.  Thanks.

I got above reply, which leads to:
Please Configure Your Mailer To Not Quote Raw E-mail Addresses In Your
Replies. Some mailers include the raw e-mail address in the "Joe
<> wrote:" line. The web archives for the mailing lists
are publicly available. Let's not feed the spam harvesters! (Some people
express doubt that munging addresses actually works, but a spam report
from shows that spam harvesters often don't bother decoding even
the simplest anti-spam measures such as replacing "@" with "AT" and "."
with "DOT").
Of course, there may be other raw e-mail addresses in messages, e.g., in
signatures, but that's the choice of the person sending the message

I would happily follow the suggestion, but the MS Outlook help, directs
me to Tools/Options/Preferences/Email options.
I do not see anything there that selectively manipulates quoted
addresses. Is the idea that I manually remove the address from the
quote. Not that I mind, but it seems prone to being forgotten once in a

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