[TriLUG] strange chars/formatting in received e-mail
Jym Williams Zavada
trilugj at jrwz.net
Thu Nov 10 14:25:22 EST 2011
I use the same client, and see a similar problem on occasion. I most often
use alpine on Mac OS X in the Terminal.app, but I also use alpine on Linux.
I don't recall ever seeing the problem on the latter, and on the former it's
only been a bother when I've tried to print out the messages. I've always
assumed it's some sort of mismatch regarding character set interpretation,
and I figured eventually I'd get both alpine's and Terminal.app's settings
to coincide. Even though I don't find it annoying, I too am curious to find
out what others have to say about this.
-Jym Williams Zavada
On Thu, 10 Nov 2011 at 10:58, Joseph Mack NA3T wrote:
> I'm using pine/alpine as my e-mail client. I occasionally get e-mail that has
> strange chars where a para/end of sentence/linefeed might be. As well, when I
> "reply" the text isn't indented with a ">" at the start of each line, but is
> included as is (as if my client doesn't recognise the e-mail that I'm
> replying to as text).
> Here's an example I got from my s.o. this morning. The first sentence starts
> with an "A" with a "^" on top on my screen. There are two more of the same
> char in the sample.
> ?? They have changed our email and I am not sure that this will go
> through.?? The email has been down all morning since they did this
> conversion overnight.??
> Anyone know what's going on/what I have to do to see it as e-mail?
> Thanks Joe
> Joseph Mack NA3T EME(B,D), FM05lw North Carolina
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