[CentOS] yum difference

Mon Jan 10 00:16:46 UTC 2011
Nico Kadel-Garcia <nkadel at gmail.com>

On Sun, Jan 9, 2011 at 7:02 PM, derleader mail <derleader at abv.bg> wrote:
> Yes it's free webmail. I don't understand what is broken in my web client?

Well, you are replying *before* the quoted message. You may also be
sending HTML (which is showing up correctly in my GMail interface.)

Please use plain text for technical mailing lists, for the following
reasons. (I say this as a subscriber, not as an admin.)

* Almost all spam is HTML. Almost all text email has real content: it
makes spam filters far more reliably to consistently use plain text.
* Plain text is far more legible to the search engines.
* Plain text is ar more manageable for mailing list software.
* Plain text is far *smaller* for mailing list archives.
* Plain text is far more reliable for Linux command line mail readers,
such as Emacs and Pine.
* Many CentOS users are restricted on graphical access to their email,
due to bandwidth and running their email over X sessions to a Linux
box or or to a webmail client. (I use GMail, for external access.)
* Some of get 1000 messages a day because we get monitoring email. At
that point, little economies help.