I use Eudora e-mail (which is to e-mail programs what Netscape is to web
browsers) - so I'm using a "standard" but I keep getting strange stuff
within and attached to e-mail messages from the list.
For example, what the heck is this vcard.vcf attachment stuff (see below) -
what is the purpose? I bet everyone on the list now has it in their e-mail
attachment directory if they are running a standard e-mail program. I
looked and I now have 10 of these little *.vcf files there that I can't do
anything with. Personally, I don't want unsolicited 1K attachments to wade
through before deletion. (It's probably some bell or whistle feature from a
program few of us have)
Also, I'm tired of getting HTML tagged text duplicates in my e-mail (I think
this comes from Netscape Mail).
Let's turn off the fancy crap in our e-mail programs that isn't universally
Thanks for letting me vent!
>MontyContent-Type: text/x-vcard; charset=us-ascii; name="vcard.vcf"
>Content-Description: Card for xxxxxxxxx
>Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="vcard.vcf"
>Attachment Converted: C:\Program Files\Netscape\Eudora\Attach\vcard10.vcf