John R Pierce wrote: > Guy Boisvert wrote: >> It seems that after all those years of Outlook problems, some are just >> into "extreme sports"... > > > actually, Outlook Express, and its follow-on Windows Mail, have been FAR > more standards compliant than Outlook itself ever was or will be. > Outlook Express was originally MS Internet Mail and News, aka MSIMN, > which in fact was still the name of the executable last I looked. > > I've been using Mozilla Thunderbird this past couple years, and I've got > a few complaints about it, too (mainly, switching from plaintext to html > formatted or visa versa is an ugly process and doesn't handle the > conversion at all well at edit time) You have all my admiration to be "extreme enough" to deal with M$ stuff! I lost patience with them long time ago and i **HATE** the way they are always play dirty with standards. The current Outlook Express could be the best in the world, i wouldn't use it! I know, i shouldn't say that... It's just that i can't stand M$ way of doing things and i don't see them change in the next century! Well, sorry John for my rant, it came deep from my heart! And yes, Thunderbird is not perfect as 100% of the software on the planet! Guy Boisvert, ing. IngTegration inc.