[Lvlug] more cable vs. dsl
Sat, 25 Nov 2000 14:55:36 -0500
What email client do you use. I'm curious and you may help resolve my
curiosity. Most emails that I get are "word wrapped". I get a few,
from various sources, that are not wrapped and I have to choose View |
Wrap Long Lines to force it to wrap. I'm curious to know which email
clients do this (and maybe why, or why the others don't).
To me it is always preferable that lines wrap automatically, but I think
(and I've never checked email carefully) that some do this by inserting
<cr><lf>s, which is a nasty thing to do. Since I noticed your email
required me to select Wrap Long Lines I thought I'd ask which client you
> The www.dslreports.com is really a useful site.
> There is aome badmouthing of Verizon there.
> Another thought on cable vs. DSL:
> If you have one way cable that may or may not be sharable over a home network. If you get a "modem" that has the regular phone line dialer in it, you can share it: a computer sees just one ethernet connection for packets up and down. If the cable modem just gets packets down and depends on a another dial up modem to send the requests, then your 1 way cable can not be shared.
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