> > While we're picking hairs, what's so important about your mail > > that it's marked with an "important" flag in my mail program?? > > That's a particularly irritating habit on a mailing list. Your > > message is no more or less important than any other in this thread. > > Its not marked as an imporant message in my mail program. <tip type="MS Outlook"> Some people seem to think that a mature and tolerant public forum is the place to boast about how their mail client is less b0rken than yours. The most common way of doing this is to manually insert a false "X-message-flag" header in their messages, which will signify to Outlook users that the message is high priority. The easiest way to ignore these somewhat pathetic efforts is simply to right-click on the column header for your message flags, and select "Remove this column" from the context menu. This will only affect the current folder, so if you keep your Evolt message in a separate folder (and who doesn't?), you'll be able to ignore these attempts without interfering with your friends' and colleagues' ability to send you messages of different priorities. </tip> Cheers Jon Witan Jardine 13 Southampton Place London WC1A 2AL Tel: 020 7404 4004 Please visit us on the Internet: http://www.witanjardine.co.uk/ 'The information included in this e-mail is of a confidential nature and is intended only for the addressee. If you are not the intended addressee, any disclosure, copying or distribution by you is prohibited and may be unlawful. Disclosure to any party other than the addressee, whether inadvertent or otherwise is not intended to waive privilege of confidentiality. If you have received this email in error, please forward it to inerror at witanjardine.co.uk, thank you.'