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

Igor Peshansky wrote:
> On Thu, 22 Jun 2006, Buchbinder, Barry (NIH/NIAID) [E] wrote:
>> Valster Nico-anv009 wrote:
>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>> From: Igor Peshansky
>>>> Sent: Wednesday, June 21, 2006 5:42 PM
>>>> To: Valster Nico-anv009
>>>> Cc: mwoehlke; cygwin at
>>>> 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 while
>> Outlook QuoteFix is what I use.
>> I load it when replying to cygwin and get rid of it afterwards.  No
>> big deal. 
>> And there is OE-QuoteFix for Outlook Express
>> And to not take credit from others, see the archives:
>> =e
>> e= no&ul=%2Fml%2Fcygwin%2F%25 
>> Maybe this should be a FAQ or added to the explanation of the
> I don't see why, since Googling for "PCYMTNQREAIYR Outlook" turns up
> 	the pointers that you quoted above. Igor

Personally, that's not a search that I would think of doing, had I the
problem, but there's no reason to assume that I share thought processes
with anyone else.  :-)  In any case, It will depend on the keepers of
the FAQ and OLOCA, and maybe the page,
perhaps with the help of someone sending patch (not me), deciding that
it needs to be done.

And, while we're in this conversation, thanks for all the contributions
that you've made to the project.

- Barry

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