I find the easiest way to get text into an email message is to copy and
paste between applications.
Also, you are sending messages in HTML rather than plain text, and people
whose email software does not handle HTML will get a mess of ASCI characters
across the screen around the text.
In the address book in Outlook Express, you will see a box to tick to say
send messages to this address in plain text only. If you put Sanet in the
address book with that box ticked, you can still write to others in HTML but
all your messages to Sanet will be in plain text. Or, if you look under
Format among the pull down menus at the top of your screen, you can alter
your settings to send all messages in plain text.
The problem with Outlook Express, when you install it is that, as I recall,
its default setting is for mail to be in HTML, and to avoid sending junk to
listservers, you have to undo that setting, at least for mail to
listservers. Even if the listserver itself knows how to deal with HTML (and
not all of them do), not every computer to which it forwards mail will be
able to do so.
To Unsubscribe: Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the command
"unsubscribe sanet-mg". If you receive the digest format, use the command
To Subscribe to Digest: Email email@example.com with the command
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