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Outlook email problems


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#1 funkyk

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Posted 17 February 2010 - 02:41 PM

I have one contact that I have email problems with. When I email him, he cannot open or view any pictures whether in the body or as an attachment from me. However if I send the same pictures to a third party and they the forward them to him, he can then view them. The other problem I have with this contact is when he sends text documents to me, they are always received in plain text regardless of his email editor settings. Along with plain text message I will also receive several pages of garbled alpha-numerical text that come with the original email or in subsequent separate emails that he did not send.

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#2 Auger

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Posted 17 February 2010 - 03:33 PM

If you go into your contacts and open that contact you have an issue with, double click on the field "email"

There is a "email properties" box with an internet format drop down box.

Sometimes it can be set to "plain text only"

Most of mine are set to "Let Outlook decide" , you can compare this to your other contacts that work OK.

I'm using Outlook 2003, hope that helps! :thumbsup:




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