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It'll be doable with (insert some other technology here), but in most cases e-mails are the tool people use, know and have the extra tools for. All I hear is: Oh my company needs this or that, but guess what? K I spent hours and hours creating HTML templates for several sites so that we could have more attractive look to our LEGIT (and optional, I might add) newsletters, providing users That`s the point. weblink
When you do this the formatting is stripped' from the document and you are left with the text. 1) Click on the Edit menu and then on Select All to highlight E-mail is a part of business. Instead of taking advantage of Internet Explorer 7, Outlook 2007 uses the very limited support for HTML and CSS that is built into Word 2007 to display HTML email messages. This method has worked for 2000+ years and will always work - for its intended purposes.
hinshelm The only people who care about Outlook 2007 using Word to render its emails, and the loss of the aforementioned features are designers and developer. Embedded images, hypertext, markup, fonts, colors, etc have no place in email. TF172807 If you send an email in rich-text format from Outlook 2003 and select to upload email attachments to SharePoint, then the email attachments will be moved to the beginning of Well MS created a way to still have the Html presence and yet integrate limitation which in turn allows moderation.
- copyright law.
- HTML was designed for the Web, not for Email.
- Some posts in Google Groups label this the "Image Bloat" bug.
I sort of understand why they would use Word, since so many users like to copy and paste Word docs into their emails, or use Word as an editor (not me Grr! MutantSurvivor I am not sure that this will make that much difference to those who us who, whether we agree with it or no, have to produce HTML emails. I consider this a blessing.
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I won't upgrade to "less stability". Click the options button at the bottom of this window. 2. Anonymous Ever heard of XHTML Basic? Edited by Max MengMicrosoft contingent staff, Moderator Tuesday, September 27, 2011 3:56 AM Friday, September 09, 2011 7:23 AM Reply | Quote Moderator 0 Sign in to vote Hi Max Meng,
thank you. This section does not replace the materials about supported platforms and configurations found elsewhere in the product documentation. If the email is converted to HTML format, then attachments will be processed. i probably would not, because i EXPECT it to look a certain way, and i like viewing things in a visually-organized environment.
Email was never MEANT to be plain-text, that's just what it was started with. have a peek at these guys The problems already here - work around it. Your reasoning is interesting, but it doesn't match what Microsoft is doing. What user said “I could just go a big background picture for my emails!” What user said “I wish I could trach the open count of my emails!” Not I… Anonymous
However, anyone who's not spamming DOES allow you to opt out of e-mailings, HTML or otherwise. To name a few of these new features;the "To-Do Bar"Calendar Overlay Modeimproved Tasks display in Calendarreminders across foldersScheduling your Out of Office Assistant with Exchange 2007Instant Searchof course; the new editor It will just force legitimate HTML newsletters to re-author their templates. check over here The Office people did not want to be beholden to the IE people and thus dumped IE rendering so they can control their own destiny.
The only reason I have Outlook is for calendaring, but I think it's time for our company to switch to the Oracle Collaboration suite (to integrate with our other apps) and Yes, it looks a bit unprofessional when they use the standard Outlook stationery, but people do use it! Dave Talking about what email was intended to be - I'm old enough to remember when the web was 90% text too - and look where that ended up!
The solution of simply linking to a web page in the e-mail creates the problems of availability and portability.
BBlackmoor If ‘text rules’ how do you explain our newsletter subscribers selecting HTML over plain text at rate of around 20:1 when given the choice? This is the same asinine thinking and abuse that led to so called designers using tables for layout. The sooner they follow up on this by switching to a secure HTML renderer for Internet Explorer the better. Look the point is not if e-mail should be text only or fully support HTML as mentioned by so many people in this forum.
HTML email is something they shouldn't have screwed around with - can only hope that they come to their senses and pulled their finger out. Honeslty all this bickering is pointless. Back to Top For More Information Get the latest product information, find helpful resources, test the product betas, and join a discussion with the Quest AttachThis team and other community members. http://winnthosting.com/word-2003/word-2003.html Third Party Contributions Quest AttachThis contains some third party components (listed below).
btw, not every newsletter is a marketting/junk email) Dan I like Office 2003 including outlook. But seriously, at my last job, I had to build websites on a PC that were then proofed by my boss on his Mac. to include a link to where the email is stored on the net so it can be viewed in a browser, and of course the link telling you how is included If you have already registered your product then please contact Customer Service directly for further assistance at [email protected]
maybe not unemployed, but you get the idea. So I have the complete confidence that the e-mails I'm sending, while not exciting, cutting edge or even that nice looking, look exactly the same on all mail clients. It just seems weird coming from a group of people seemingly considering them self power users or protectors of how the internet should be? The latest newsletter sent for one of my site came out to be crappy.
I would hope that other email clients would move to support this Open XML format just as Open Office and Star Office is. cringer You should not be using my email to market your product. Staff Online Now valis Moderator Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Business Applications > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick At work I have to support Lotus Notes 6.51; at home I used Edora, but am now testing Thunderbird, since Eudora has given their code to the Mozilla folks for open
You've effectively screwed the ones who want the pretty HTML emails in their inbox!! It was originally about MS and the decision that it made. What email was "intended to be" means nothing. Does your e-mail server needs to be backed on a daily basis?
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