"Reply" doesn't always indent with ">"



MilesG
07-09-2005, 11:21 PM
When I "Reply" to an email I sometimes see the original text indented with
">" and sometimes not. I don't change the settings (which are set to indent
quoted text with ">"). This has happened to 2 recent emails from the same
person (one yesterday, one today): one has the ">"s and one doesn't when
I've hit "Reply".
Can anyone explain please?
Miles

Ron Sommer
07-09-2005, 11:21 PM
The setting applies to plain text messages.
Where both messages plain text?
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"MilesG" <MilesG@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:AD4B33CA-897F-4192-87B0-C031457CC611@microsoft.com...
> When I "Reply" to an email I sometimes see the original text indented with
> ">" and sometimes not. I don't change the settings (which are set to
> indent
> quoted text with ">"). This has happened to 2 recent emails from the same
> person (one yesterday, one today): one has the ">"s and one doesn't when
> I've hit "Reply".
> Can anyone explain please?
> Miles

Grzegorz Niemirowski
07-09-2005, 11:21 PM
MilesG <MilesG@discussions.microsoft.com> napisaƂ(a):
> When I "Reply" to an email I sometimes see the original text indented
> with ">" and sometimes not. I don't change the settings (which are set
> to indent quoted text with ">"). This has happened to 2 recent emails
> from the same person (one yesterday, one today): one has the ">"s and
> one doesn't when I've hit "Reply".
> Can anyone explain please?
> Miles

OE doesn't add ">" when one replies to a message in quoted-printable format.
It can be fixed by programs such as OE PowerTool or OE-QuoteFix.

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MilesG
07-09-2005, 11:21 PM
>
> OE doesn't add ">" when one replies to a message in quoted-printable
> format. It can be fixed by programs such as OE PowerTool or OE-QuoteFix.
>

Thanks guys. Properties...Message Source revealed that one was plain text
(which produced the "<"s), the other "mulitipart/alternative". I'll look at
those programs.
Miles


"Reply" doesn't always indent with ">"