bri at ifokr.org
Wed Apr 7 23:28:38 CDT 2004
> > --
> Pedant Service Alert!
> The double-hyphen typically found in plain text emails immediately
> preceding the signature block should be followed by a space character so
> that MUA's that recognize this can chop off the signature block in
Yes, yes, bad macro. I have a habit of using machines/terminals/etc
that like to put spaces at the end of lines, which will get converted
into =20's when quoted printable, so my mailer vim wrapper automatically
strips them. Unfortunately, it strips them from my sig too. Fixed.
Most mailers (mutt at least) do recognize ^--$ to be a sig
delimiter too - which do you use that don't like it?
Brian Hatch It's not like esophogal-
Systems and retrofluxing, it is?
Every message PGP signed
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