Re: Email Readers Supporting HTML commands

J. D. (
Thu, 7 Nov 1996 06:21:58 -0500 (EST)

I use pine in unix thru my shell account to avoid downloading a
ton of stuff I just scan and delete. [Other stuff, not just Extropians].

I could see the underlines and the bold turned out "light". Could
see nothing else.

On Wed, 6 Nov 1996, Chris Hind wrote:

> I am wondering how many people on this list use browsers now which
> support basic HTML styling commands. Eudora Pro 3.0, Netscape, and IE
> mail readers support them and I am wondering now if I am able to use
> bold, italics, and underlining in my text in appropriate moments without
> people complaining they're seeing a message with codes in it.
> If your reader can view HTML commands:

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