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RE: Why is that when an E-Mail is sent via an E-Mail client it's altered, but not if it's sent via the web site?
From: "Ebeling, Jr., Herman Frederick" <hfebelingjr () lycos com>
Date: Fri, 20 Jan 2006 15:58:34 -0500

 
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- ----Original Message----
From: Jeffrey F. Bloss [mailto:jbloss () tampabay rr com]
Sent: Friday, 20 January, 2006 13:02
To: security-basics () securityfocus com
Cc: hfebelingjr () lycos com
Subject: Re: Why is that when an E-Mail is sent via an E-Mail client
it's altered, but not if it's sent via the web site?

: On Tue, 17 Jan 2006 19:06:21 -0500
: "Ebeling, Jr., Herman Frederick" <hfebelingjr () lycos com> wrote:
: 
:: Ok, I've got a question for everyone.  That is why is it that when
:: one sends a signed E-Mail through an
:: E-Mail client that it gets "altered" somewhere along the way
:: rendering the signature as "bad?"  Yet, when one sends a
:: signed E-Mail via the web site that it doesn't?  Such as this one,
:: I 
: 
: <snip>
: 
: You need to adjust Outlook to wrap lines at something like 72
: characters. Below you PGP settings. Some of the lines in the
message
: I'm replying to were as long as 89 characters. Funny things happen
: to messages with lines that long. :(
: 
: Not an Outlook user myself, so I'm sorry I can't help you out
: there... 

Jeffrey,

        Thank you for the tip.  I just adjusted both my O2k, Outlook fix and
PGP to 70 chars per line.  Let's see what that does.

Herman
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