Many newer e-mail programs have coding and formating to make things look pretty, however often when you send things through these list-servs, the servers are generally running hardware/software that is older than the e-mail programs and the list serv gets confused doesn't understand the formating or coding and repalces what it doesn't know with "?". If you have a plain text option (I know you do in hotmail), use that and I don't tend to see the same problems. If I don't do it with hotmail, it tends to compress the message and remove all spacing, making my post 1 large paragrah!
> Date: Mon, 1 Sep 2008 00:26:53 -0400
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> Subject: [VTBIRD] Question marks in my post
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> The post I just submitted (Colchester - late afternoon) came back with question marks throughout my text. I have no idea why this happened but will try to find out if it's something I didn't do correctly.
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