Quoting Messages on usenet (here!)

Discussion in 'Windows Live Mail' started by Justin, Oct 23, 2012.

  1. Justin

    Justin Guest

    Is there a way to have WLM automatically put my UseNet replies at the
    bottom? Also, I see that other UseNet clients tend to do a better job at
    differentiating between the reply I'm quoting and text I'm adding.
    Sometimes with > or indenting.

    Justin
     
    Justin, Oct 23, 2012
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  2. Justin

    ...winston Guest

    WLM has an option to 'Reply on the bottom of Message' and 'Signature on the bottom of a Message'
    - WLM button/Options/Mail/Advanced tab

    The ability to insert the '>' character for previously quoted text was permanently removed prior to WLM 2011's initial release.



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    ....winston
    msft mvp mail


    "Justin" wrote in message news:k669ep$3vh$...

    Is there a way to have WLM automatically put my UseNet replies at the
    bottom? Also, I see that other UseNet clients tend to do a better job at
    differentiating between the reply I'm quoting and text I'm adding.
    Sometimes with > or indenting.

    Justin
     
    ...winston, Oct 23, 2012
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  3. Justin

    Justin Guest

    "...winston" wrote in message news:k66lqc$mbo$...

    WLM has an option to 'Reply on the bottom of Message' and 'Signature on the
    bottom of a Message'
    - WLM button/Options/Mail/Advanced tab

    The ability to insert the '>' character for previously quoted text was
    permanently removed prior to WLM 2011's initial release.



    --
    ....winston
    msft mvp mail


    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Of course I can't seem to have different settings for email and news.
     
    Justin, Oct 23, 2012
    #3
  4. Justin

    ...winston Guest

    "Justin" wrote in message news:k66ndo$1e7$...

    "...winston" wrote in message news:k66lqc$mbo$...

    WLM has an option to 'Reply on the bottom of Message' and 'Signature on the
    bottom of a Message'
    - WLM button/Options/Mail/Advanced tab

    The ability to insert the '>' character for previously quoted text was
    permanently removed prior to WLM 2011's initial release.

    -
    ....winston
    msft mvp mail


    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Of course I can't seem to have different settings for email and news.

    ------------------------------------------
    Unfortunately....wysiwyg

    --
    ....winston
    msft mvp mail
     
    ...winston, Oct 24, 2012
    #4
  5. Quoting? That is a never ending story ...
     
    Roland Schweiger, Nov 3, 2012
    #5
  6. Justin

    ..winston Guest

    The quoting '>' was removed prior to the initial RTW release of Windows Live Mail 2011
    - since then WLM 2011 has had three updates (QFE1,2,3) and WLM 2012 one update (QFE1)

    i.e. the '>' is not coming back.

    Development efforts are focused on the Windows 8 apps not legacy applications (in Windows Live Essentials or Windows Essentials)
    with one exception - the Windows Essentials 2012 programs' QFE1 update included an update for Photo Gallery '12 and Movie Maker '12
    which accommodated Direct X 9 support on specific hardware if KB 2741335 was also installed)

    --
    ....winston
    msft mvp


    "Roland Schweiger" wrote in message news:k73afo$rmc$...

    Quoting? That is a never ending story ...
     
    ..winston, Nov 4, 2012
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  7. Justin

    Justin Guest

    On 11/3/2012 10:04 PM, ..winston wrote:
    > The quoting '>' was removed prior to the initial RTW release of Windows
    > Live Mail 2011
    > - since then WLM 2011 has had three updates (QFE1,2,3) and WLM 2012 one
    > update (QFE1)
    >
    > i.e. the '>' is not coming back.
    >
    > Development efforts are focused on the Windows 8 apps not legacy
    > applications (in Windows Live Essentials or Windows Essentials) with one
    > exception - the Windows Essentials 2012 programs' QFE1 update included
    > an update for Photo Gallery '12 and Movie Maker '12 which accommodated
    > Direct X 9 support on specific hardware if KB 2741335 was also installed)
    >


    That's just fucking stupid.

    Microsoft sucks.
     
    Justin, Nov 7, 2012
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