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>        Is the encoding correct now?

It seems not alas.
I've enclosed portions from your message, one from Olin at about the same
time. one from Roman and my one from yesterday which commented on all this.

As you can see, there are several differences, but yours still seems to be
using "quoted printable"
I seem to have the same as Olin :-) and Roman is, like you, using
"us-ascii".

I won't delve further into this as there will probably be other relevant
replies but if you still have trouble pse advise and we can talk about
browser settings.

Note that, for whatever reason, nobody seems to be blowing Roman up for
differing in format from Olin so there may yet be some lattitude for
variation. Maybe someone needs to write a list oriented faq on all this ?
:-)



       Russell McMahon


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