Peter Markavage manualman at juno.com
Fri Feb 29 13:16:58 EST 2008

Ed et al:
Correction to your post below. When you're using Juno, and add an e-mail
address to your text, manualman at juno.com as an example (my e-mail is
showing up in blue), it does not fail going though this reflector. I
would suggest you check to see what version of Juno you are running. I've
never had the problem that you refer to and I've been embedding my e-mail
address and web site info through these reflectors for years. 

Note: I've purposely posted this to the entire list you others who may be
using Juno and have the same fears.

Pete, wa2cwa

On Fri, 29 Feb 2008 09:45:06 -0800 Edward B Richards <zuu6k at juno.com>
> Brian et al;
> Perhaps it is only my server but when I try to put my address in the 
> body
> of the text, it puts it in blue which triggers a change to HTML 
> which the
> reflector rejected. I am not computer literate and had to send the 
> post
> to a friend of mine in Israel who deleted the HTML so the reflector 
> would
> accept it. It turns out that if JUNO sees a color or change of font 
> and
> some other things, it changes to HTML. I am not smart enough to know 
> what
> to do. In the future I will spell out the address instead of using 
> the @
> symbol if that is OK with the moderator. For instance:  zuu6k at
> juno.com. However, people cannot just click on it as a link. Maybe I 
> just
> won't post any more ads to this reflector. This will hurt the other
> members more than me. It will deny them access to my items for sale 
> (like
> new tubes for 1/2 price) while I can continue to sell on other
> reflectors. I do want to say that I appreciate the use of the 
> reflector
> and the work that the moderators do. It is just that people don't 
> like to
> be threatened, including me. Thank you.  73, Ed Richards  K6UUZ.  

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