I have Windows 7. When I forward a message sent to me, or if I include an
original message with my reply, the formatting gets screwed up. A full pag
e width message to me gets to the new recipient as a 1/4 page wide message
that takes up 4 times as much vertical space on the page. Sometimes a bunc
h of formatting characters also show up. My normal computer guru doesn't h
ave any ideas. What can I do?????
On 19 May 2016, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote in alt.home.repair:
Your quesion doesn't make sense. "Windows 7" is an operating system,
not an email program. What program do you use for email? Or do you use
a web mail service? If so which one? Much more detail from you is
On 5/19/2016 5:55 PM, email@example.com wrote:
No idea what Mail User Agent (MUA) you are using. But, I note that
your message, here, was posted as one long continuous line of text.
This suggests whatever you are using to post *here* automatically
breaks lines for *you* -- without injecting those line breaks
into the text.
[For example, I manually inserted 5 newlines/linefeeds in my
above paragraph. For *your* original post, cited above, I
asked Tbird to break that one long line into the 6 lines that
you now see.]
I'd look at your MUA and see how it is configured to "compose" messages.
It may be breaking lines for you at fixed places -- instead of at the
width of your window (as was probably the case for your message, here).
On 5/19/2016 8:55 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I've had the same problem. It is not you but the different formats that
might have been embedded in the message sent from a different mail
client. If you were both using the same mail client, for example I use
Thunderbird, there would be no problem.
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