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Re: [RE: Outlook Tip (formerly Free help authoring tools)]
Subject:Re: [RE: Outlook Tip (formerly Free help authoring tools)] From:SIANNON -at- VISUS -dot- JNJ -dot- com To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Mon, 14 Jan 2002 11:47:6
While it helps to check all the places to set your message to plain-text (I
remember I found at least three on Outlook2000, but it's been a while, so I
may be forgetting one or two), there's another possibility:
If your company's mailserver has the outgoing mail's content-type set
to "alternate type" or anything other than plain text, it will get caught
in Eric's filters. That setting is applied by the mailserver on the
messages' way out of your company's system, so you can't adjust it
yourself. If that's the case, and your company won't change that setting
(mine won't), you'll need to post to the list using the website. You'll
still be able to receive messages from the list in your email, but you'll
need to hit Subscriber Central on the website to post (like I'm doing
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