Re: [magnifiers] From Richard in Louisiana: Yahoo Classic Mail has Plain-Text option; re: IE8 and Mozilla Firefox.....
- Thanks Richard,
First of all, let me point out that the Plain Text option in Yahoo! ONLY affects e-mails that you compose. You have no control over how people sendyou e-mails and cannot force everyone that sends you e-mail to send it in Plain Text. Second, I jsut tried the Plain Text option in Yahoo! and it is GREAT for creating e-mails, but Yahoo! does an exquisite job of converting those e-mails to HTML when you send the e-mail. It appears that the Plain Text option is ONLY for creating the e-mail and NOT for how the e-mail is sent. Threfore, from what I can see it will not help at all in receiving e-mails. Your e-mail that you waid you composed in Plain Text was a beautifully crafted HTML message when I received it!
Thanks for the suggestion of the Windows Secrets Newsletter. I'll have to check this out. As for FireFox, I personally just do not like the interface, but I dislike IE 8 even more than IE 7 which was a horrible dis-improvement from IE 6. I'm being force to consider switching, sad though I am. I am a web developer, and just don't like how FireFox interpres HTML code.
Have a Great Day!
--- On Sun, 7/5/09, Richard <wordsmith1776@...> wrote:
From: Richard <wordsmith1776@...>
Subject: [magnifiers] From Richard in Louisiana: Yahoo Classic Mail has Plain-Text option; re: IE8 and Mozilla Firefox.....
Date: Sunday, July 5, 2009, 12:13 PM
From Richard in Louisiana:
Yahoo Classic Mail has Plain-Text option; look to far right of where you compose your e-mail, and there is a Plain Text option to toggle
Re: IE8 and Mozilla Firefox...Firefox hands-down; Micro$oft just doesn't "get it" re: all the problems lingering in IE6, 7, etc. (no alphabetization for Bookmarks,for example)
Has anyone encountered "Issues" with ZT (8.0, 9.0, etc.) using Firefox?
I highly recommend Windows Secrets Newsletter (WSN, at http://windowssecre ts.com/), as many of the issues re: IE7, 8, etc. are being addressed constructively, vs. the myraid of "Knowledge Base" articles, that are so technical as to be often incomprehensible. ..WSN recently addressed another thorny issue; invisible Windows Updates from Microsoft, that may be incomplete, due to Microsoft's "throttling down" of updates from their Servers!
Thanks for considering. ..
This message composed in plain text in Yahoo Classic e-mail....
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