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But I am a developer and have been exporting crystal reports as html and sending them to all corporate users. And I could edit the source code rather than the WYSIWYG view if I wanted to. X-( X-( shutup.... It removes all sign of quoting. have a peek at these guys

However, the improved Outlook is not sufficient justification for a total Office remodel. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> from http://pcworld.co.nz/pcworld/pcw.nsf/f2abee2df7582f36cc2569a4007e4ab9/77ed1d927ab05b1ecc256da9007c1f50!OpenDocument ilikelinux06-10-2003, 08:47 PMUm... Either way, they will get the newsletter as it was intended to be seen, rather than as MS has chosen to mangle it… Stevie D What user said “I wish I Tips Always turn off your automatic signature before beginning a message form design session. Jeff IMHO HTML has no place in emails anyway.

It's used to push content out to subscribers. The less HTML in my email, the better!!!!!!!!! E-mail is one such channel. so there.) and if integration with Word is so important (for whatever reason), why not make Word's rendering engine more powerful and standards-compliant?

This proved more successful in preventing infection than the tactic used by rest of the company: standardize on Outlook and MacAfee. Billy T06-10-2003, 05:51 PM> microsoft never thought that anyone would do > something so odd (or normal) as attach an email to an > email) says you can't attach emails to http://www.hockeystation.com cringer You should not be using my email to market your product. I really do hope they service pack this so that we can get a decent engine ath conforms to standards.

Throw out this rendering engine and we'll all be the better for it. Are you? It's gui is entirely PDF-driven and in Mac Mail app PDF attachments have instant previews available and there's full HTML support (based on Safari engine which, for example, can pass Acid2 here How do we evaluate a candidate who would not speak to any women during the interview process?

The only people this will effect are spammers and hackers, and the morons who keep them in business, and frankly anything that makes their lives difficult is fine by me. It > could be that it just dumped everything in the To line. Not seeing the win here. Microsoft has been shouting from the rooftops about the new security model in Internet Explorer 7 that prevents the nasty security issues that have plagued Outlook in the past.

Where technology goes we follow. http://tech-informer.com/quirk-with-importing-outlook-pst-files-into-exchange-2007-152/ This way, theoretically, all emails created in outlook are standards compliant. Perhaps the sender is not pressing Reply to All and manually typing in the recipients? -- Kathleen Orland Outlook Tips: http://www.outlook-tips.net/ http://www.howto-outlook.com/ "Roady [MVP]" wrote: > I can't really remember Outlook Outlook 2003 Hangs On Exit / Outlook Is Not Responding / Icon In System Tray 2.

So when looking at these kind of products ask if the upgrade was really nessicary. http://nexwarecorp.com/outlook-2003/outlook-2003-can-t-use-word-2003-as-email-editor.html I'm interested in using the validation tool from Microsoft, but the validation tool seems to be a plug-in for Office products. This negates the "ignore spelling in original message." For the English, did you change the dictionary under Tools->Options-Spelling? I'm ready.

Billy T08-10-2003, 07:52 PM> If this is the case, it *should* only run when you > are connected to the web. Quick parts in Outlook 2010 Import text in Quick Parts OPEN--> NEW E-MAIL In the body on the message type the text you will use as template text Select the text What user said “I wish I got more of those pointless marketing emails!”. http://nexwarecorp.com/outlook-2003/outlook-2003-unable-to-find-connect-to-exchange-server-2003.html It is attaching images used in the markup to the email itself which is evil.

Right now, if you wanted to suggest something to MS can you find a way to do that on their web site? I can't edit the source. Read this article too for same: http://www.modernghana.com/blogs/458580/31/export-mailboxes-from-offline-edb-to-pst-or-live-e.html Reply Cancel reply Leave a Comment Name * E-mail * Website Time limit is exhausted.

Anonymous To Anonymous: I thought that, but surely it would be better to have Word to produce vaigly standards-compliant HTML e-mails?

I can't leave font choices to the viewer, they are automatically included (and very badly). This article isn't about HTML vs. The lesser of many evils. I had access to a goodly selection of HTML features, including tables; it produced pretty neat and tidy code; most important, it didn't do anything I didn't tell it to.

All rights reserved. Your personal feelings on whether text email is "better" than HTML email are irrelevant. Can a real ODE have a complex solution? news Pointless marketing emails, no.

Instead of making their current code *better*, they go backwards inmho. Is it useful to add excerpts from teaching evaluations in a teaching statement? Most likely because what is available on the web is cutting them deep. wrong.

Most folks use email to author and exchange messages, so they decided that the Word experience was the right one. In text it is 4 KB. However, we're moving to Outlook 2007 next week! I'm a palindrome.

If support for web standards in browsers is improving slowly, then support in email clients is moving at a glacial pace. plain-text. Attempts to document things like CSS support in the major email clients have revealed a depressing state of affairs, but with recent desktop clients like Thunderbird now sitting on solid rendering You could send ten 40 KB messages in HTML or you could send 100 in plain text.

For "Prefix each line with", enter > followed by a space (or whatever prefix string you prefer). That's cool.