Posted 02 March 2010 - 07:29 PM
Hey, Pirahnya, I was looking for info about a different Outlook Express formatting problem and stumbled upon something possibly related to your problem!
From this website: http://mailformat.dan.info/config/oex.html
Look down page, under Configuring Outlook Express and 'The Plain Text Settings...' then check what he says about 'Base 64 Encoding'
. Sounds real similar to what you described, so maybe somebody on the other end of those emails either made some wrong settings changes accidently or decided to play a trick, who knows...?
Hope it helps, now I'll keep searching for the answer to my own problem
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