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Cellphone emails are gibberish

Speaking of technological issues, for the last two months, people using those newfangled cellphones to write emails to me have been sending me gibberish.

Email via cellphone

   I haven’t changed my set-up, principally because Qualcomm hasn’t made a new version of Eudora for a while. So what has changed about cellphones (I don’t know what brand—they are all the same to me) this year that now prevent them from sending plain, old, common-garden emails? Is it yet another case where I’ve stumbled across something that hardly anyone else has?

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Filed under: internet, technology—Jack Yan @ 10.34

4 Responses to ‘Cellphone emails are gibberish’

  1. xmangerm says:

    I wonder also what has caused this gibberish. Such has not happened to me yet.

  2. Jack Yan says:

    I haven’t asked the two people who have sent me these what brand they are using. It may be confined to a brand or even a model.

  3. xmangerm says:

    Let me guess an Iphone or an Android….

  4. Jack Yan says:

    Could be Android. I saw one of the phones and it’s Korean, maybe a Samsung. The other one is owned by an Apple fan so it could be an Iphone.

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