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Hotmail problems

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#1 wmclean


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Posted 30 October 2009 - 05:56 PM

Recently I changed my ISP. Some weeks after the changeover, emails from people with hotmail accounts started arriving in my normal email client, "Eudora", with strange alphanumeric codes interspersed in the message eg. =2C, =3C and the like. Emails with image files in the body of the message arrived with blocks of upper case alpha characters in place of the images. However, if I use OE (or, on my laptop, Winmail) to download the email, everything arrives "as sent". Likewise, if the email is sent to my alternate hotmail account, it arrives as sent. I suspect that a setting in Eudora options might be the problem but, I also wonder if it could be a problem somehow caused by the new ISP. Hotmail accounts are the only emails I have problems with and so far, the new ISP has proved singularly unhelpful in solving the problem. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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