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'Not read: [slightly OT, longish] Forward Converter'
1998\10\16@160445 by Norman Gillaspie

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1998\10\17@233956 by John Griessen

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1998\10\18@131808 by Bill Rininger

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1998\10\18@180540 by goflo

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Bill Rininger wrote:
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>                               Name: winmail.dat
>                  Part 1       Type: application/ms-tnef
>                           Encoding: base64

Anyone know what the deal is with this thread? Seems like I've
deleted this msg 100X in the last week - I'm not enthusiastic
about mystery attachments from people I don't know...
No offense intended - I'm fairly new at this. Please
enlighten me if I'm missing something.

Regards, Jack

1998\10\18@182003 by Mark Willis

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goflo@pacbell.net wrote:
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> Bill Rininger wrote:
> >
> >                               Name: winmail.dat
> >                  Part 1       Type: application/ms-tnef
> >                           Encoding: base64
>
> Anyone know what the deal is with this thread? Seems like I've
> deleted this msg 100X in the last week - I'm not enthusiastic
> about mystery attachments from people I don't know...
> No offense intended - I'm fairly new at this. Please
> enlighten me if I'm missing something.
>
> Regards, Jack

 My guess is that these "Read", "Not Read", "Leer", "No Leer", are
"Auto-acknowledgements" of some kind from a braindead M$oft product <G>
Someone's Sending e-mail senders a "receipt" telling them whether
they've read, or not read, their message;  {Of course, about 2 people
running this will triple listserve traffic, so I'd support taking people
who send these out off the list, frankly!  Nothing wrong with an ANSWER
where needed, but this is ridiculous...}

 Mark, spam_OUTmwillisTakeThisOuTspamnwlink.com

1998\10\19@033951 by jon

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1998\10\21@205126 by Chuck Anderson

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 To:      .....PICLISTKILLspamspam@spam@MITVMA.MIT.EDU
 Subject: [slightly OT, longish] Forward Converter Help?
 Sent:    Thu, 15 Oct 1998 12:03:51 -0700

was not read

1998\10\26@124710 by Jason Wolfson

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1998\10\28@081729 by ken

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'Not read: [slightly OT, longish] Forward Converter'
1998\11\03@111021 by Christopher Prosser
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