Either way, .vcf has got to go.
At 06:52 AM 2/3/98 +1100, you wrote:
>I thought that email represented a new way of communicating, similar to
>telephones around the turn of the century. Spelling and layout are not an
>issue, it is just words that you would speak put in electronic print.
>As well as being rude to send anything that is other than straight text,
>email is not a competition to see who can format the best.
>I agree, lets KISS think of the lowest common denominator.
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