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Stupid Outlook 2007! Help With Html

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Posted 10 September 2008 - 01:51 PM

So for the past week Outook has changed all my incoming e-mail to Plain Text.

I went to tools->options-->mail format->message format-->HTML.

So If I compose a letter, someone replies, I reply etc, its all in pretty HTML. I can underline, I can have my logo go out on my sognature.

But when I get e-mail in from anyone its in plain text. If I reply it automatically diverts to plain text.

What the heck happened? What can I do to fix it? Please help!!!!


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Posted 11 September 2008 - 08:25 PM

I don't use Outlook, but I found some tips. Hope it helps.

It may be that your Outlook Security Options need tweaking.
Menu Bar/Tools/Options/Security-Change Automatic Download Settings (middle of the dialogue box).
The default/s enable Outlook to block HTML content. Clear the appropriate checkmarks and see if this helps.

If you are using AVG 8.0:

Open your AVG User Interface. Go to Tools > Advanced Settings > E-mail Scanner > Uncheck Certify Mail on the Incoming side.


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