OT- Rick Mohe's posting advice

Alexander Terekhov alexander.terekhov at gmail.com
Tue Feb 12 20:20:47 UTC 2008

Rich Mohe at his best.

Quoting Rick Mohe (rick at linuxmafia.com):

> Quoting David A. Temeles, Jr. (dtemeles at nvalaw.com):
> > I am rather new to actually posting in discussion groups, so please excuse
> > my rather clumsy attempts to communicate with the group.
> Thank you again, for participating.  I can suggest an add-in for your
> mail program...
> > X-Mailer: Microsoft Office Outlook 11
> (aka Microsoft Outlook 2003)
> ...that you might consider, if your company's IT policy permits.  It's
> called Outlook Quotefix, a proprietary free-of-charge program described
> and downloadable here, that permits you to use standard Internet quoting:
> http://home.in.tum.de/~jain/software/outlook-quotefix/
> I have no experience with it (am not a Microsoft user), but have heard
> good things about it.  In particular, it doesn't prevent you from
> running MS-Outlook _without_ Quotefix, e.g., to interact with people who
> expect Microsoft-style quoting and top-posting.

Perhaps Rich can recommend (to all subscribers of this list) an add-on
to mitigate the same "problem" regarding, say, default configuration
of IBM Lotus Notes and etc. Clients.



"Notwithstanding Jacobsen's confused discussion of unilateral
contracts, bilateral contracts, implied licenses, "licenses to the
world" and "bare" licenses in his Appellant's Brief, the issue at hand
is fairly simple."

 -- Brief of Appellees (CAFC 2008-1001).

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