Should you change the format of messages so that all replies are sent using HTML formatting?
How to change Microsoft Outlook's settings when your images display with red x's because external content is blocked.
In another area where the formatting generates complaints, some users are frustrated by the little blue line down the left side of HTML replies. This blue line is the "quote prefix" for HTML formatted messages. It's used only when you set Outlook to prefix replies. The problem? If you reply inline, the blue line doesn't
When you save a message as HTML in Outlook 2007 (and 2010), Outlook creates a matching (and annoying) folder containing XML and THMX files. I'll show you how to prevent Outlook from doing this.
It's amazing how often a seemingly innocent action by the user and an update for a program can affect negatively another. In this case, it's MS07-027: Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer, released in mid-May. After installing that update, Outlook 2003 responds very slowly when typing HTML messages. The problem in this case is two-fold.
Outlook 98 and later versions support sending and receiving mail in the HTML format used by many other Internet mail programs. Outlook 97 can neither send nor receive HTML formatted email. When a multipart HTML message is received by Outlook 97, the plain text portion of the message is displayed and the HTML portion is
Whether you can change the font on a message you have received depends on many factors: the format of the incoming message the version of Outlook the type of mail server you connect to whether you use Word as your e-mail editor (WordMail) Below you'll find instructions organized by the format of the incoming message,