Problem Posts????? was Re: Altair 8800 front panel lamps

From: ajp166 <>
Date: Sat Jun 2 23:51:38 2001


The problem with that is not only did it change fonts it also went for
Largest font! There is nothing naster than reading in my preferred
9pt sans serif and ending up with a 22 (yes huge!) serif font. Can
you say YELLING. ;)

-----Original Message-----
From: Marvin <>
To: <>
Date: Saturday, June 02, 2001 11:33 PM
Subject: Re: Problem Posts????? was Re: Altair 8800 front panel lamps

>Okay, and I would ONLY change it for you Allison :), is this any better?
>just set it
>to ISO-8859-1 (Western.)
>Dave McGuire wrote:
>> On June 2, Chuck McManis wrote:
>> > I'm guessing it is these two. I don't know what mail client Allison
>> > but perhaps when it sees the request for the 'x-user-defined'
character set
>> > it freaks. Most MIME clients put ISO_LATIN1 there and they are not
>> >
>> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=x-user-defined
>> > Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
>> >
>> > This reminds me yet again of a what a _wonderful_ hack to Majordomo,
>> > Listserve, or what ever that would take the message submission and
>> > _reformat it_ into plain text regardless of how it was sent. Then
send it
>> > to the list that way (and strip off attachments etc) That is the
kind of
>> > list I want to subscribe to because even when a newbie screws up
>> > Marvin isn't one, he just has some interesting headers) no one
>> I would love something like this. Anyone know of a majordomo hack
>> (or another package) that does this?
>> -Dave McGuire
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