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Microsoft Outlook 2002 Composing and HTML Email

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by brougham, Feb 19, 2003.

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  1. brougham

    brougham Thread Starter

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    I know it's proably something fairly easy that i'm missing. But all I want to do is send an email that is in html.

    I have a notepad document that is written in HTML and i want to just compose the Email message with that html code.

    If I just copy and paste the text then it literally just shows the tags in the email.

    Thanks,

    Brougham
     
  2. Del

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    What operating system are you running?
     
  3. brougham

    brougham Thread Starter

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    Running WinXP
     
  4. brougham

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    This can't be that hard. I get SPAMMED every day by HTML email I've looked at the source of it and there's nothing special about it. It's just HTML code.

    So how do I create one myself? I can't just start writing an HTML tags in my email because it puts down literally what I type, it doesn't understand the tags.

    The email setting is on HTML not rich text and not on plain text.

    If someone could help me out that would be great
     
  5. brbpab94

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    Try netscape it has a html composer built in
     
  6. brougham

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    That doesn't really solve my problem. I'm sure outlook it capable of writing an HTML email. All my accounts are in Outlook and i shouldn't have to switch back and forth just to send and HTML email.

    If anyone could help me out on this one it would be much appreciated.

    Thanks
     
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