From: Frank da Cruz (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jun 20 2003 - 08:56:55 EDT
> does anyone know of a simple, explanatory web page, aimed at not too
> technical people, based on sending *accessible* email, and if really
> necessary attachments and the problems related to attachments
> (specifically inaccessibly, not viruses).
> i'm looking for a nice concise web page that i can give the address to
> people who keep asking me about email attachments and reading email.
> more often than not, the problem is with the sender, so i'd like to
> find a web page that they can pass to people (who are more than likely
> not knowledgeable about computers) in the event of unreadable email and
> in particular unreadable attachments.
> very often an attachment isn't needed (like attaching a ms word
> document when emails themselves are text) and i'd like to know about a
> web page explaining that thoroughly but simply.
> anyone know of such a magical page?
You mean something like this?
It includes sections on email.
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