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email text wrap

Ron Peterson wrote:
> Why does text in email sometimes not automatically wrap?  Does it have
> to do with the reciever's or the sender's email client?  I happen to be
> using Netscape in Linux, although I seem to recall this happening on
> other clients as well.
> I usually just throw these messages away because it's too annoying to be
> scrolling horizontally to read something.  I'm just afraid I might miss
> an important message from Ed McMahon.

I think I've exceeded my stupid question quota for the week.  There's an
option to wrap text in Netscape's Preferences dialog that I didn't know
was there.  Because I didn't look.  Until now.  Ahem.

So nevermind.

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