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Wednesday, October 1, 2003, 10:05:11 AM, you wrote:

CSC> I suppose in order to solve this problem I can just unsubscribe
CSC> to the digest and try to read the messages directly on-line, but it seems that
CSC> about 75% of the digest is garble.  I was curious if there was any way to
CSC> clean it up to make it more user friendly for those of us who really want to at
CSC> least /scan/ all the messages (those with structural content, anyway).

Yep,  have  everyone  send  in  textno  fancy,  schmancy  logos and sig
graphics, no HTML, no rich text. Just PLAIN text.

We're engineers not architects. :-).

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Mike  Jones,
mailto:mike(--nospam--at)jlaeng.com
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