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Re: [opensuse] test of sending to list using TEXT not HTML
  • From: Sergey Mkrtchyan <crusoe@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 06 Jan 2007 12:24:16 +0400
  • Message-id: <459F5CB0.9040508@xxxxxxxxxx>
Geir A. Myrestrand wrote:
Sergey Mkrtchyan wrote:

I send and receive lots of e-mails which contain equations. I just prepare them using any equation editor and paste them as pictures in my HTML e-mail. So I raise my both hands ;)

Note that you can send images without using HTML. Just make references to the attached images if necessary. There are also document formats you can use for this that will serve your content better.


I've tried... that is too boring, imagine several pages long calculations, and you have to explain in your mail why on the last page in the last line there should be "-", instead of "+". You have to refer form one image to another and then explain how these both interfere with your third image.


Read this, then correct your "signature":
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Signature_block


I read it, thank you, but that didn't answer my question. So what should I do, create a *.txt file with my signature and using Thunderbird (Tools->Account Settings -> Attach This Signature) attach it. I think I've done it and that didn't preserve my signature as it is in txt file.

My question is: How you create your signatures, and use them in Thunderbird(and under Windows, can't use KSig and KMail, sorry...)., Is it an external file with what extension?

Best,
Sergey

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