From: Scott Chase (email@example.com)
Date: Wed 04 Dec 2002 - 23:29:55 GMT
>From: "Grant Callaghan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: RE: Japanese Univ. to set up world meme bank
>Date: Tue, 03 Dec 2002 19:44:23 -0800
>>>Date: Tue, 3 Dec 2002 11:49:42 -0500
>>>Interesting thought, Grant...
>>Let me guess. You don't type the "On Behalf Of" part of your reply. Your
>>e-mail set-up does it for you. Funny that I don't see "On Behalf Of Grant"
>>in this reply to me ;-)
>Somehow the atributions are getting all mixed up here. I'm not sure what
>goes out on the end of my e-mail as it's usually stuck on there by MSN.
>But I've never noticed "On Behalf of" in any of it.
That's Lawry's e-mail that has the "On Behalf Of..." in the header (or would it be footer?). He had replied to me thinking I was you and I subsequently replied to him above.
I think it's the way e-mails are being replied to. Many hare, including me,
reply after the quoted text. Lawry's setup (and possibly others too) has it
where the reply comes before the quoted text. It's no big deal until there's
a whole lot of quoted text with back and forth and multiple replies
included. Then it gets challenging to figure out who said what. I often have
troble following Kenneth's replys because the way his quoting works, IIRC
the indentions are confusing.
I guess Wade's ultraconcise approach to quoting and replying has its
>And I'm not sure which thought you thought was interesting. So many things
>have gone back and forth that I've lost track of what and who are replying
>to what. I'm not even sure that what you're replying to here is from me.
>I often find my name at the bottom of someone else's post making it look as
>if I said it. Maybe if you refresh my memory on which post you're talking
>about I can give you a better notion of whether I said it or not.
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