|Subject:||Re: How do you know which part belongs to the other?|
|Posted by:||Chad Z. Hower aka Kudzu (cp…@hower.org)|
|Date:||Thu, 17 Feb 2005|
"ME" <myo…@hotrmaol.com> wrote in news:339C0AA900C0E240myo…@hotrmaol.com:
> When I get my headers, how do I know which part belongs to another part?
> like a picture is spread over 4 msg's (1/4) to (4/4)
That is a UUE. UUE's are not internet standards but still commonly used for
> now I want to combine them to 1 row on my screen, like other newsreaders..
> What do I need to do, or could someone point me into the right direction?
You have to "guess". This is one reason it was never adopted for internet
use. UUE comes from the BBS/FIDO part of the world.
How do you know which part belongs to the other? posted by ME on Thu, 17 Feb 2005