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Date: Sun, 10 Aug 1997 09:15:43 -0700
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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: Thank you for your Eudora suggestion 

>Date: Sun, 10 Aug 1997 09:13:52 -0700 (PDT)
>To: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
>From: Eudora Suggestions <eudora-suggest@eudora.com>
>Subject: Thank you for your Eudora suggestion 
>Thank you for your Eudora suggestion. It has been delivered
>to our engineering staff. This is an automated response.
>Unless additional information is needed, you will not
>receive a direct response.
>If you are a commercial Eudora Pro user and you require
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>or consult your product package for the Eudora Technical Support
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>Two news groups have been established to allow Eudora users to
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>and comp.mail.eudora.ms-windows.
>Here's your original message:
>Dear Eudora Ideas:
>I don't particularly need to know the
>time of each inbound email message,
>although the date is something which
>I do need and use.
>I would like you to modify subsequent
>versions of Eudora Pro to provide for
>one, or the other, of the following:
>1.  In Tools/Options, a "date format",
>    with several choices which include:
>    (a) mm/dd/yy hh:mm AM|PM   e.g.  8/10/97 09:10 AM
>    (b) yy/mm/dd hh:mm AM|PM   e.g. 97/08/10 09:10 AM
>    (c) mm/dd/yy               e.g.  8/10/97
>    (d) yy/mm/dd               e.g. 97/08/10
>I would choose (a) as my default, because the
>year does not change very often, and I could also
>narrow the width of the Date column by eliminating
>the time, which I do not use, by adjusting the width
>with the mouse pointer.
>This would then leave more room the the Subject column,
>which always contains text which is too long for the
>maximum width of that column, even if I disable display
>of the server status.  I count a gain of exactly 9 characters,
>with this enhancement.
>Thanks for considering this simple enhancement.
>/s/ Paul Mitchell

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