james_terris at yahoo.com
Mon Nov 3 13:38:41 EST 2003
--- Bruce Harding <bruce at computerbooksforless.com>
> On Mon, 3 Nov 2003 13:15:47 -0500
> Ross Jordan <rjordan at numb.ca> wrote:
> > It would seem Bruce Harding, on Mon, Nov 03, 2003
> at 01:08:27PM -0500, wrote:
> > > I'm using Sylpheed-Claws and I've been get
> complaints from clients saying that my email always
> comes has a text attachment. I've tried a bunch
> different setting, but obviously I'm not find the
> right settings. So if you know what the fix is let
> me know.
> > Your "attachment" is your PGP signature:
> > I 1 <no description>
> [text/plain, 7bit, us-ascii, 0.5K]
> > I 2 <no description>
> [applica/pgp-signat, 7bit, 0.2K]
> > So, if you want to remove it, disable PGP.
> I know about the pgp sig. My problem is that some
> people using widows email clients are getting the
> body of my email as a text attachment.
Yeah, I receive a lot of emails from people using
linux based clients that are like that. Whenever
I ask about it I get an answer of "Don't
use a Microsoft product". lol. Unfortunately
I don't decide what client I use at work...
I generally just live with it and have Outlook
automatically open any text attachments
rather than offer to save them or open
them. It's not the greatest solution but I can't
find any other settings in Outlook that would
Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana.
The reply button. Click it and rip it.
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