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Re: [Fwd: June news]

> 
> Howard- I've never neen able to read these mime messages.

  Yves has the same problem. I think its due to the list server
software.

> Any idea what I 
> need to do to be able to decode them?

  You need to do nothing. I need to remember that when there is a *.doc
file to forward to the list, I'll also send it to you directly. In any
case that's what I do for Yves. You just have to remember to trash the
version you can not read and read the version you can decode. 

  Experience shows that for the sort of document which needs little
formatting, it is by far and away the best idea to use a text editor (a
la UltraEdit 32) rather than a monster like Word.

 I'll forward this morning's message to you immediately assuming the
telephone does not ring in the mean time.

H.

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