Equal signs galore

  Gingermum 20:21 08 Mar 05

Can anyone explain why during the last couple of weeks I keep receiving occasional emails which are full of equal signs, usually replacing the first letter of a word.
I have just received one now which ended "Thanks.=/DIV>" When I checked the html source the sentence started with a div tag but nowhere closed.
(Why does everyone have to use html for email messages?)

  Pesala 20:52 08 Mar 05

Because it looks so much better than plain text.

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