To: Brian Fleming <>
From: "R.A. & A. Green" <>
Date: Mon, 20 Nov 2000 08:50:41 +1030
> This message from Andy Burton came up rather ilegible because several
> lines of print had superimposed on others.
> I have noticed this before on messages using both blue and black print.
> Why is this so?
> Is our elderly computer at fault or is it Bill Gates being too clever
> again?
> Anthea Fleming in Melbourne

I don't know but I get the same effect, always on Andy's messages and
sometimes on others. Its not my PC because ours isn't "elderly".
I'm now resigned to deleting such messages unread. If people choose to
ignore repeated requests to send messages in unformatted, plain text,
then the occasional ineligibility is their fault and their mesages will
remain unread by me. :-(
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