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signature on Outlook Express

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#1 Jen42


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Posted 10 February 2010 - 05:48 PM

I've created a html signature for my Outlook Express messages. But the problem is if the reipients have it set to plain text, it doesn't loo right at all, it doesn't even show the links.

Is there any way to make it look right in plain text as well as HTML? Or is there some other method to use? Or should I just use plain text?

Thanks for help, this forum is full of such clever people.

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