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Jordon
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      11-12-2010
richard wrote:
> On Fri, 12 Nov 2010 08:41:17 -0500, Steve Cochran wrote:
>
>> Well, I guess the civility level of this thread indicates why MS killed its
>> NGs.
>>
>> As others indicate, for HTML and plain text messages OE uses the IE engine
>> to display the message. If you use SPY++ you will see the display window
>> for the messages is an IE window. When selecting the View messages in plain
>> text only, then OE uses an more Notepad like window to display the text and
>> eliminates the IE window. That change was made in XP SP2 for "security"
>> purposes.
>>
>> steve
>> MS-MVP
>> Outlook Express / Windows Mail
>> 1998 - present
>>

>
> Thank you sir.
> That was the explanation I was looking for.


Which you were given in the other thread, but ignored.

> One person said that IE physically opened and the message displayed in IE.


Bullshit!

> I tried to explain that OE renders the message within itself.


More bullshit!
 
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Bucky Breeder
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      11-12-2010
Old Gringo38 <(E-Mail Removed)> Al's hammered this out:

> On 12 Nov 2010 15:57:00 GMT, Bucky Breeder wrote:
>
>> Old Gringo38 <(E-Mail Removed)> via news:1bu059f6nyq00
>> $(E-Mail Removed):
>>
>>> On 12 Nov 2010 15:14:22 GMT, Bucky Breeder wrote:
>>>
>>>> Old Gringo38 <(E-Mail Removed)> via
>>>> news:12o6ztjo5pzx3$(E-Mail Removed):
>>>>>
>>>>> Realizing you had some unsolved issues, I only now
>>>>> am finding out was a what a low life scum you really are.
>>>>
>>>> WTF?!?!? Someone righteously <BITCHSLAPS> rts aka "st00pid",
>>>> and you come out shreeking like bee-atch in memopaws?
>>>>
>>>> HTH.
>>>
>>> And you're ok to a point, it's your over bloated ego
>>> that prevents you from being a brighter star.

>>
>> Whaaaaaaaaa!?!?!? I can not even hear you over the
>> thunderous sound of how totally awesome I actually am!
>>
>> HTH.

>
> LOL I can tell by what is following you around, Oh and by the way
> that is not thunder you hear it's a stinky fart as you release excess
> gas built up by your over bloated ego.


I do NOT "fart"; but if I ever did fart, it would such a
totally awesome fart that all you stalkers and morons would
morph your nyms and search your greps looking for it so you'd
worship it for many centuries to come with your lamer-flamers;
thus, it would be a historically epic fart, anthropologically
speaking, and not just on the interwebs either, because Google
would archive my awesomeness and the stalker-morons who keep
following me around just to sniff at my awesome tooter-crack's
awesomeness.

And now, anew, I can not even hear the perverts & stalker-morons
over the thunderous sound of how totally awesome I actually am!

HTH.

--

I AM Bucky Breeder, (*(^;
and on the 'AWESOMENESS METER',
I am about two clicks better than 'TOTALLY'!

You should not view the world in terms
of things which you do - or do not - "like";
rather, you should view the world in terms
of how things "actually are", recognizing
and finding acceptance of them as such.

This would immeasurably bring *much* more
stability, peace and tranquility into your life.

I could help you with that... but...
I really just don't like you that much.

Repent! The end is near.... Or, smoke 'em if you got 'em.
And... good luck if there's an apocalypse.

(Me? I don't go anywhere without a shotgun and package of beef jerky!)

(And some breath-freshening gum... just in case I run into any pretty
white ladies who wanna have some fun before I throw them out as bait
to the flesh-eating zombies so I can escape quietly yet very quickly.)

(And some condoms... because I wouldn't want to be the first guy who
survives the apocolypse on Murray Povich staring at DNA child support.)
 
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Old Gringo38
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      11-12-2010
On 12 Nov 2010 19:39:39 GMT, Bucky Breeder wrote:

> Old Gringo38 <(E-Mail Removed)> Al's hammered this out:
>
>> On 12 Nov 2010 15:57:00 GMT, Bucky Breeder wrote:
>>
>>> Old Gringo38 <(E-Mail Removed)> via news:1bu059f6nyq00
>>> $(E-Mail Removed):
>>>
>>>> On 12 Nov 2010 15:14:22 GMT, Bucky Breeder wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Old Gringo38 <(E-Mail Removed)> via
>>>>> news:12o6ztjo5pzx3$(E-Mail Removed):
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Realizing you had some unsolved issues, I only now
>>>>>> am finding out was a what a low life scum you really are.
>>>>>
>>>>> WTF?!?!? Someone righteously <BITCHSLAPS> rts aka "st00pid",
>>>>> and you come out shreeking like bee-atch in memopaws?
>>>>>
>>>>> HTH.
>>>>
>>>> And you're ok to a point, it's your over bloated ego
>>>> that prevents you from being a brighter star.
>>>
>>> Whaaaaaaaaa!?!?!? I can not even hear you over the
>>> thunderous sound of how totally awesome I actually am!
>>>
>>> HTH.

>>
>> LOL I can tell by what is following you around, Oh and by the way
>> that is not thunder you hear it's a stinky fart as you release excess
>> gas built up by your over bloated ego.

>
> I do NOT "fart"; but if I ever did fart, it would such a
> totally awesome fart that all you stalkers and morons would
> morph your nyms and search your greps looking for it so you'd
> worship it for many centuries to come with your lamer-flamers;
> thus, it would be a historically epic fart, anthropologically
> speaking, and not just on the interwebs either, because Google
> would archive my awesomeness and the stalker-morons who keep
> following me around just to sniff at my awesome tooter-crack's
> awesomeness.
>
> And now, anew, I can not even hear the perverts & stalker-morons
> over the thunderous sound of how totally awesome I actually am!
>
> HTH.


I know, you don't have any windows in the bathroom because you think
your **** don't stink. <g>
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XS11E
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      11-12-2010
Bucky Breeder
<Breeder_Bucky.Breeder@That's.my.name_Don't.wear.i t.out> wrote:

> I do NOT "fart";


Neither do you 'snip', please start doing so, OK?

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Jordon
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      11-12-2010
richard wrote:
> On Fri, 12 Nov 2010 08:41:17 -0500, Steve Cochran wrote:
>
>> Well, I guess the civility level of this thread indicates why MS killed its
>> NGs.
>>
>> As others indicate, for HTML and plain text messages OE uses the IE engine
>> to display the message. If you use SPY++ you will see the display window
>> for the messages is an IE window. When selecting the View messages in plain
>> text only, then OE uses an more Notepad like window to display the text and
>> eliminates the IE window. That change was made in XP SP2 for "security"
>> purposes.
>>
>> steve
>> MS-MVP
>> Outlook Express / Windows Mail
>> 1998 - present
>>

>
> Thank you sir.
> That was the explanation I was looking for.
> One person said that IE physically opened and the message displayed in IE.
> I tried to explain that OE renders the message within itself.


Actually, this is what you said...

> For the last ****ing time, OE DOES NOT use IE!


You just thanked that guy for telling you that OE uses IE
to render messages in OE, something that a dozen other
people already told you.
 
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Beauregard T. Shagnasty
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      11-12-2010
richard the st00pid wrote:

> Steve Cochran wrote:
>> As others indicate, for HTML and plain text messages OE uses the IE engine
>> to display the message.

>
> Thank you sir.
> That was the explanation I was looking for.


...and is precisely the same explanation all respondents have been giving
you since you first made your silly statement about how OE renders mail.
In Message-ID: <12sxgbhw17daz$(E-Mail Removed)> you said, "OE also
does not use IE to read html email. So the email file will not open
with the browser."

> One person said that IE physically opened and the message displayed in
> IE.


No person said that. Not a single one.

> I tried to explain that OE renders the message within itself.


You couldn't explain your way out of a paper bag.

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      11-13-2010
On Fri, 12 Nov 2010 15:34:07 -0500, Beauregard T. Shagnasty wrote:

> richard the st00pid wrote:
>
>> Steve Cochran wrote:
>>> As others indicate, for HTML and plain text messages OE uses the IE engine
>>> to display the message.

>>
>> Thank you sir.
>> That was the explanation I was looking for.

>
> ..and is precisely the same explanation all respondents have been giving
> you since you first made your silly statement about how OE renders mail.
> In Message-ID: <12sxgbhw17daz$(E-Mail Removed)> you said, "OE also
> does not use IE to read html email. So the email file will not open
> with the browser."
>
>> One person said that IE physically opened and the message displayed in
>> IE.

>
> No person said that. Not a single one.
>
>> I tried to explain that OE renders the message within itself.

>
> You couldn't explain your way out of a paper bag.


Because YOU said that the email would open in IE, the browser.
IE and OE are not the same thing.
As the man said, both use the same components so they will appear to be
displayed the same. Still, IE itself has never been used to open an email
as you claimed.

That is what you are claiming. It is wrong and you can't admit to it.
 
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richard
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      11-13-2010
On Fri, 12 Nov 2010 12:14:12 -0800, Jordon wrote:

> richard wrote:
>> On Fri, 12 Nov 2010 08:41:17 -0500, Steve Cochran wrote:
>>
>>> Well, I guess the civility level of this thread indicates why MS killed its
>>> NGs.
>>>
>>> As others indicate, for HTML and plain text messages OE uses the IE engine
>>> to display the message. If you use SPY++ you will see the display window
>>> for the messages is an IE window. When selecting the View messages in plain
>>> text only, then OE uses an more Notepad like window to display the text and
>>> eliminates the IE window. That change was made in XP SP2 for "security"
>>> purposes.
>>>
>>> steve
>>> MS-MVP
>>> Outlook Express / Windows Mail
>>> 1998 - present
>>>

>>
>> Thank you sir.
>> That was the explanation I was looking for.
>> One person said that IE physically opened and the message displayed in IE.
>> I tried to explain that OE renders the message within itself.

>
> Actually, this is what you said...
>
> > For the last ****ing time, OE DOES NOT use IE!

>
> You just thanked that guy for telling you that OE uses IE
> to render messages in OE, something that a dozen other
> people already told you.


No dumbass, he said they use the same components.
 
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Beauregard T. Shagnasty
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      11-13-2010
richard wrote:

> Beauregard T. Shagnasty wrote:
>> richard the st00pid wrote:
>>> Steve Cochran wrote:
>>>> As others indicate, for HTML and plain text messages OE uses the IE
>>>> engine to display the message.
>>>
>>> Thank you sir.
>>> That was the explanation I was looking for.

>>
>> ..and is precisely the same explanation all respondents have been
>> giving you since you first made your silly statement about how OE
>> renders mail. In Message-ID: <12sxgbhw17daz$(E-Mail Removed)> you
>> said, "OE also does not use IE to read html email. So the email file
>> will not open with the browser."
>>
>>> One person said that IE physically opened and the message displayed
>>> in IE.

>>
>> No person said that. Not a single one.
>>
>>> I tried to explain that OE renders the message within itself.

>>
>> You couldn't explain your way out of a paper bag.

>
> Because YOU said that the email would open in IE, the browser.


I never said such a thing. What I *did* say is, "You still fail to
understand. OE does not open messages *in* a browser window. Any
browser. It uses the underlying IE HTML engine to display HTML messages
within its own windows."
Message-ID: <ibjdps$10k$(E-Mail Removed)-september.org>

> IE and OE are not the same thing.


Duh! But they were a package.

> As the man said, both use the same components so they will appear to
> be displayed the same. Still, IE itself has never been used to open
> an email as you claimed.


You're makin' that up, dickwad. I never said anything about browser
windows - which I guess is your interpretation of "IE itself". IE has a
rendering agent (underlying code) called Trident. It is an integral part
of IE. It is used by OE to render HTML messages in OE windows.

<http://www.guideto.com/computing-internet/internet-online/web-browsers/trident-layout-engine/>

Windows Explorer uses it too for various display stuff.

> That is what you are claiming. It is wrong and you can't admit to it.


So far in all these threads, you are the only one who is wrong.

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N. Miller
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      11-13-2010
On Fri, 12 Nov 2010 13:49:16 +0000, Desk Rabbit wrote:

> I've corrected your top posting error for you.


You followed a cross post into the MS newsgroups. Even though MS no longer
operates their NNTP servers, their standard was always, "Full Quote, Top
Post". That is how the MS regulars like it, and do it.

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