I use the "new" Yahoo Mail interface (which is actually about 5 years old). When replying or forwarding to a message I would like to mark the original message with '>' so you can easily distinguish the reply from the original like this:
> Dear Don, > > You suck. I know, you told me before > Yours sincerely, > Bob
In the mail preferences page, there's an option:
When replying & forwarding: Mark original message with > (plain text only)
Although I have this selected, it doesn't appear to make any difference. I guess that in order for it to work, I also need to change my messages to plain text, but I can't figure out how to do this.
Do I really have to choose between HTML messages and marking my messages with '>', i.e. I can't have both? If that's the case, I'll give up the HTML. Can someone tell me if it's possible to have both, but if not, how do I turn on plain text?