[OS X TeX] viewing printing TexShop pdf on a PC
Schremmer.Alain at verizon.net
Fri Apr 29 14:46:15 EDT 2005
If your name does not appear at the beginning of the message body, it is
not from Paypal.
Bruno Voisin wrote:
> Le 28 avr. 05, à 23:10, Maarten Sneep a écrit :
>> Edit menu -> Attachment -> Always send Windows Friendly Attachments.
>> It isn't in the preferences window, but in a menu (and why it isn't
>> on by default, I don't know.
> Do you know what this does? I've just tried to send to myself a PDF
> attachment, with and without checking this box. The only difference I
> see is that, when I look at the message source (Cmd-Alt-U), the
> non-Windows-friendly version does not contain the Base64 code for the
> attachment while the Windows-friendly version does. Does this mean
> that, in the non-Windows-friendly version, the attachment isn't
> downloaded and stays on the mail server until the attachment is
> indeed opened or saved to disk?
> By the way (and getting completely OT): unfortunately, it seems more
> and more necessary to look at the source code of email messages, in
> relation to scam. Today, for example, I received an HTML message,
> supposedly from PayPal, looking fairly professional and very much
> like a PayPal one, until you look at the source and locate, buried
> within, hyperlinks like:
> <a href="http://[non.paypal.ip]/u.d?[omitted blurb]=31"
> so that obviously the link is not what it pretend it does. Or
> yesterday and several times before, also messages pretending to be
> from PayPal but containing more elaborate false hyperlinks like:
> <a href="http://[non.paypal.ip]"
> webscr?cmd=login-run'; return true"onMouseOut="status='';return
> How annoying!
> Bruno Voisin
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