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RE: [Linux-aus] LinuxWorld Conference Call for Papers

Thanks Leon - so much to learn :-)

-----Original Message-----
From: Leon Brooks [mailto:leon@cyberknights.com.au] 
Sent: Thursday, 28 July 2005 10:43 AM
To: linux-aus@lists.linux.org.au
Cc: Minnie Constan; Administrator
Subject: Re: [Linux-aus] LinuxWorld Conference Call for Papers

On Thursday 28 July 2005 07:25, Ian Wienand wrote:
> In Gary's defence, it appears you've confused his quoting of the
> original email (which has the word HTML stuff in it) with what he
> sent.

True. There's absolutely no indication in the text version that it's a 
quote, and of course it's not exactly readable with half an acre of 
"mso-style-type:personal-compose", "<p class="MsoNormal"><font 
face="Arial" size="2"><span style="font-size: 10pt; font-family: 
Arial;">" and the like strewn through it. Sorry about that.

Also, because Minnie's message was correctly MIMEd (nice change for 
MS-Exchange), KMail actually displayed the text version without 
complaint. It wasn't even obvious that there *was* an HTML version.

Minnie, you need to put a flea in your postmaster's ear. Your mail 
sender identifies itself as aesdb.austexhibit.com.au, but there is no 
such host defined in the DNS for austexhibit.com.au; (s)he needs to add 
an A-record for aesdb pointing to in order to avoid 
some mail servers rejecting mail from his/her host -- but at least 
(s)he didn't use an MS-Windows domain name in the HELO, which many 
MS-Exchange admins do, along with happily sending bounces from 
"postmaster@" but not accepting mail for that address.

Cheers; Leon

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