Date: 2002-03-27 11:22:46
Author: stewart (stewart_at_[hidden]) at unix,mime
Date: 27/03/02 15:56
>My point, then, is that one should quote only what is germane to the
>reply in order to ensure that readers understand the context for the
>reply. "Quote as much as needed, but no more," to paraphrase a popular
This is standard list netiquette on list I have been on in the past. So
standard that it is covered in IETF RFC1855 (FYI0028).
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