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Win7x64 HTML Problem w Office Outlook substitute for Outlook Express

Q: Win7x64 HTML Problem w Office Outlook substitute for Outlook Express

In Win7x64, Google email in the form of HTML source becomes mangled in Office Outlook (which I've substituted for incompatible Outlook Express).

To replace Outlook Express, I first tried Thunderbird, and then Eudora. Only Office Outlook, which is part of MS Office, had all the functions and options of Outlook Express that I like, plus formatting and organization features.

I could use Web Mail with Gmail or ATT-Yahoo, to which I have access, but I prefer getting my mail to my PC and keeping it there.

Austin D

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A: Win7x64 HTML Problem w Office Outlook substitute for Outlook Express

You failed to mention Windows Live Mail which is Microsoft's free replacement for Outlook Express for Windows 7: Windows Live Essentials 2011 - Download free Microsoft programs The web installer for Live Essentials will let you download just "Mail" if that's all you need for now. You can always go back to the install file to download other parts of the suite when you want.

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Hey Gang,

I scan every day with Norton AV, I have also done scans with Adaware & Webroot Spysweeper. Everthing is fine.

However when I did an online scan with RAV AntiVirus scan I got massive "IFrame/HTML SERVER Exploit" messages in Outlook Express.

See this jpg below:

They all seem to be located in C:/Windows/Appplication Data/Identities

How do I get rid of them. I'm using Norton 2002 and Win98Se???

Thanks

HULK!
 

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I've seen this issue on other postings but have not seen the answer yet.

I have Vista, Outlook 2007 and Office 2003.

1. I have been trying to send an email merge (works fine on my other XP machine with office 2003) in HTML. I can send a merge in text, but the HTML option yields nothing. I purchased outlook 2007 because Msft Mail was not working either. I am about to throw out outlook 2007 and try to downgrade to outlook 2003 to see if this option works as it does on my XP machine. Any ideas before I totaly frustrate my wife by reloading her software again?

2. When the "text' email merge is initiatied, I get a message for each mail that asks me to accept that another program is trying to send an email. This seems to happen for each email which could really be a problem for several hundred emails. I have tried turning off the firewall but the box still appears. This whole Vista thing is making me crazy. I have to reconfigure my outlook 2003 and transfer the list of names and the word doc to my xp laptop just so I can send the mail merge. What is the setting to turn this off?

I am wondering why I paid for Vista, and the Oulook 2007 sw. Sorry, just frustrated. This should not be so difficult.
 

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Hello everyone (And sorry for such a long thread title!)

One of the elderly gentleman where I work, has been given a Dell laptop by his Son that's running W7 64bit.

He has a copy of Office 2000 that he would like to install on this machine, and use the bundled Outlook from it as his default e-mail client. The only problem is, the current desktop PC he's using, is running Windows XP (unsure which version) and he's got Outlook Express as his e-mail viewing software on there at the moment.

Can the profile (sorry if that's the wrong term) from XP's Outlook Express be "ported" into the Outlook from Office 2000, whilst all of this is running on W7 64bit?

Many, many thanks in advance

A:Migrating XP's Outlook Express to Office 2000's Outlook on W7 64bit

Office 2000 is not supported on Windows 7, and is insecure and past it's lifetime support. That said, there may be workarounds to get it to work on 7, but that's probably more difficult then your original question. I'd think your friend would need a newer version, then revisit can it be done For instance:

Import messages into Windows Mail from Outlook Express

Import your messages or account from Outlook Express to Outlook - Outlook - Office.com

Trying to use Office 2000 would not be at all advisable.

A Guy

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My friend just had her computer reformatted after a bad virus contamination. It is still running EXTREMELY slow but has at least been running correctly. She is running XP

Yesterday I installed Microsoft Office 2003 for her with Microsoft Outlook and now her email doesn't seem to be working. She uses Outlook Express as her mail default rather than Office Outlook but keeps getting the error message that it can't find the POP3.

I also installed AVG for her and have shut off the email plugin to see if that is part of the problem.

The thing is, it happened yesterday right after I installed these programs for her but then a minute later her email worked just fine. Now she just restarted her computer and the mail won't work again.

Is there something wrong with her computer or is it at the server?

I hope this all makes sense.
 

A:Solved: Microsoft Office Outlook vs Outlook Express?

Is she receiving any error messages?
If so, please post the exact message.

Is the Firewall allowing Outlook Express access to the Internet?

How does she connect to the Internet?
Dial-Up
DSL
Cable?
 

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I just installed MIcrosoft Office that comes with Outlook email. I was using regular Outlook express. My question is which is better I know the Microsoft version has a few more features but also should I unistall regular outlook express now that I have the Microsoft version?
 

A:Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 vs OUtlook Express

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Hi
can't seem to make office outlook 2003 my default mailbox over outlook express 6 .tried everything I could without success.
any suggestions out there? thanks.planning to delete oe6 altogether eventually .

jc2002
 

A:outlook express 6/office outlook 2003

OE6 is an integral part of IE6.
If you are running XP, I would not advise deleting OE6, just ignoring it.

When you say you want Outlook 2003 to be your "default mailbox" I get confused. Do you mean your default email client perhaps? Your "mailbox" would be provided by your ISP, at their POP3 server.

To change the default, try setting Outlook as the default under IE6 (Tools - Internet Options - Programs)
 

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Hi,
I have just got my computer back after having it reformated. I used to have Outlook Express, but the guy has put Outlook Office 2003 on it, and i don't like the set up
Is there a way i can reinstall outlook express?
Thanks
 

A:outlook office 2003, want outlook express

outlook express should come with windows (i think its part of IE) so you should have outlook express on the PC

I'm surprised you have MSoffice on the PC, a very expensive product suite

have a look in program files and see if you have a folder called outlook express in there should be a file named msimn.exe

"C:\Program Files\Outlook Express\msimn.exe"

I would expect the program to be on the program list somewhere anyway
 

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Howdy,

I have been using Outlook Express for my e-mail. I decided to give Microsoft Office Outlook a try.

After about 1 1/2 hours I figured how to switch from one to the other. I found it under tools- Internet options.

Could someone please tell me how to switch all the information I have stored in Outlook Express over to Microsoft Office Outlook ? I have a lot pf e-mails saved, sent messages and so forth that I would like to keep.

I have tried but I am not having any luck. Since there are just so many hours in a day, I thought it best to ask you folks how it is done instead of blowing a few more hours trying it on my own.
Thank You for your time,

Dennis

A:Switching From Outlook Express To Office Outlook

You might find this article informative if you are starting to use Outlook;How To Set Up Internet Mail Accounts.There are three ways to access your Internet e-mail:-Press F5 on the keyboard.-Click the Send and Receive button on the toolbar.-In the Tools menu, click Send or Send and Receive

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Hi everyone I am new and in need of some serious help before I through my computer out the window.

I have Windows XP Home (I know not the greatest operating system) and my husband and I have different desktop accounts. When I am signed on to mine and try to send him a HTML email it won't go through a error message pops up. But when signed on as him I can send myself an HTML message. Why?
 

A:Outlook Express and HTML

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Windows XP, Outlook Express, received an e-mail that said in part " It appears your e-mail does not support HTML (graphics). In order to view this message please view this message with a program that supports HTML". I opened up the e-mail on my ISP web site and could read the message fine on that site. Any clues how to read this message on my computer? This is a first as I have had this computer for about 6 months now. :
 

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I have several different email stationery alternatives set up in OE and have only recently discovered that some people receive them as sent and others just get the message but not the picture etc heading the stationery.
I think the reason is that OE's stationary is in HTML and some computers are not set to receive it.
Can anyone confirm this and perhaps tell me what I should advise affected recipients of my mail to do to overcome the problem?
 

A:Outlook Express & HTML query

If they have service pac 2 advise them to:

Open Outlook Express 6.0.
Click Tools, Options, Security tab.
Uncheck:
"Block images and other external content in HTML email"
Click Apply
Click OK.

They can also:

Uncheck:
"Do not allow attachments to be saved or opened that could potentially be a virus".
 

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Although properly configured IE 6 to send and receive HTML e-mail, when I write html into my e-mail, it is displayed as text to the receiver. I can receive e-mail in HTML, properly displayed, but I cannot view the source, that is, the View menu does not have a Source selection, not just grayed - it is not there.
 

A:Send html Outlook Express 6

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My friend is on no-speed, dial up (only service available in her area and she has only so-many minutes a month)
windows 98SE - very casual user (just email and a bit of browsing)

She has people sending her HMTL messages and those annoying IncrediMail smiley messages.
Not only are they annoying, but a pain to download.

She is using Outlook Express.
Is there a way to receive only plain text messages in this program?

She is a very casual user and quite a distance away from me, so it is hard for me to get to her to change apps, etc. She doesn't do that as her knowledge is limited. If at all possible she would like to stay on Outlook Express.

Any hope of trimming this down to plain text?
thank you
I think I found the answer, if so, sorry for being so quick on asking. I went to OE Tool/Options/Read and checked the Box "read all messages in plain text". I hope that is the answer, but am wondering does it prevent the HTML from being downloaded & hogging up her bandwidth? and is this the correct way to go?
 

A:block HTML in Outlook Express?

Whick version of Outlook Express is she using? Version 6 has the ability to turn this on and off. I believe version 5.X requires a registry hack.
 

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I am running Xp and using Ie 6 on a new computer...some time ago something got changed on the settings so that my html links do not open in Outlook Express. I can click on an e-mail addy in it and it will open but a www link will not do anything nor will the link buttons that I get with some of my subscribed mail. I know I can copy the shortcut and get in that way with the straight links but that does not work with say a button that has an embedded link. I would like this to work proper.....I am not sure why it all of a sudden stopped working. I have already read similiar posts and told IE to make sure it is the default etc, but I have not other browser installed on this computer anyways. Nothing I have tried has worked yet. I am going to try uninstalling outlook and reinstalling right now...but I am sure that will not fix it...please help me!

OK I JSUT CAME BACK TO EDIT THIS POST AFTER UNINSTALLING AND REINSTALLING OUTLOOK EXPRESS AND STILL NO LUCK!...I DID NOT REBOOT THOUGH....FYI!
 

A:HTML links in Outlook Express

On the outside chance you may not know, OE in my XP will not open a new window if there is already an open internet explorer window but rather will replace the open window with the link I click on. Thus, it looks like nothing happens. Perhaps this is happening to you.

On the otherhand, if I don't already have an IE window open, OE will open one. Is this the problem you are trying to address?
 

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Hello,

Does anyone know whether there's a way to disable HTML-coded mails from accessing the internet in Outlook Express? I occasionally open a message from a spammer that's contains HTML, and I realize it's an easy matter to set a web bug in the message that would track whether I opened the mail or not.

Note: I am not concerned with the SENDing of messages, but rather the READING of messages. I'd prefer to have them display formatted, but NOT be allowed to access the internet, but would settle for viewing the raw HTML.

This seems like an easy feature to implement. If it's not there, any ideas as to why?

TIA...
Gnosisless
 

A:Disable HTML on INCOMING Outlook Express Msgs?

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I bet someone here can answer this one. I've been unable to find any forum who even understands this question! I'll put it as plainly as I can.
When occasionally using Rich Text (or HTML) format for composing an email in Outlook Exp 6. The word-wrap can't be made to work.

Even if you change the MIME encoding to "none" from Quoted Printable and the Word-Wrap settings become un-ghosted and available to ask for a word wrap at say, 70 characters, it doesn't seem to make any difference - the word wrap line goes on to over 100 characters across the page before it does a Carriage Return (wraps to new line) - If you then switch the MIME back to Quoted Printable from None, the Word Wrap settings goes back to Ghosted-out and still the word wrap doesn't work. Is Outlook Express not actually capable of doing word wrapping when in Html format? Or is this a bug?

I normally use Plain Text but sometimes I need to put some small jpgs into the text like a publication to illustrate something and this is the best way to do it. It's highly inconvenient to use WORD and attach it to the mail.
Anyhow I'd be glad of someone who knows why this won't set or if there's a way it can be made to wrap.
Thanks
Plado
 

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I know I posted this before, but unfortunately got no replies - I thought the title might be misleading so here it is again:
Somehow, IE stopped working - giving error of 'No connection, website cannot be found'... yet Mozilla works fine. This would be no real stress as I can get used to only working with Mozilla which I prefer of course. BUT, in Outlook Express (which I rely on for everything in my business) now suddenly, any html images no longer show up in the email preview pane. (I need this for Newsletters, construction, amongst other things - emails that call up the images from the internet). Normal graphics inserted into text come up fine.
This all seems to revolve around the latest upgrade to IE7 - all more or less simultaneous.
I tried uninstalling IE7 - but IE6 had the same problem and so did OE. I have reinstalled IE7.
I have checked all settings that I know about. (I had made no changes anyway, it just suddenly stopped showing the images in the emails).
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
 

A:Outlook Express does not show html images suddenly, AND new IE7 does not work anymore

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hi, I was using Hotmail on my laptop and tried to switch to Office Outlook Express and when I try to open Outlook I get a message that it can't find the server on the network. Any ideas on how I can fix this. My desktop Outlook also went down when I made the change. Thanks Rick

A:Office Outlook Express set-up?

Are you trying to check a Hotmail account with Outlook Express? If I remember right you'll need to have POP access with your Hotmail account to access it from OE.

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Hi,

I am new to bleepingcomputer. It's excellent!

My question is this:

At work I have upgraded my computer recently. The new PC runs windows XP home SP2 with Microsoft Office 2003 (plus upgrades). As a result, the email client is Microsoft Outlook.

I have my emails from my old machine saved as .eml files on an external harddrive. This was using Outlook Express. My problem is that XP calls .eml files 'Outlook Express Email Message', and consequently opens them in Outlook Express, not outlook.

So I tried right-click>Open with... and browsed for outlook. All this achieves is creating a new blank outlook email with the old .eml as an attachment. Not the idea!

Is there anyway I can convert the files to open in outlook, not outlook express, so they can be replied to, forwarded, etc.

Or can I configure Outlook better?
Thanks

Simon

A:Upgrading From Outlook Express To Outlook - Problem

Hi Simon, welcome to BC.
You can use either apps import\export function but the messages must reside in the program itself.
Copy your OE e-mail messages from the external drive back in to OE's inbox.
Open Outlook 2003 and click File>Import and Export>Import Internet Mail and Addresses.
Choose Outlook Express and make sure "Import Mail" is the only option checked below.

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I'm preparing tomove from XP to Win7. I want to move my Outlook Express contacts, folders and emails to another email system like Outlook.com.

I keep getting this message:

Something happened while we were checking your PC, and we can't move to the next step. Please refresh the page, and try again.
Your email app might not have closed properly the last time. Please open and close the app before continuing.
If you keep getting errors, get help in the Microsoft Community forums.

A:Problem moving Outlook Express to Outlook.com

Hi,
The equivalent to outlook express is live mail not outlook.com,
Once you download and install a new default email program you'll be able to move the express information to live mail,
Then if you want to connect live mail to a on line service like outlook.com you can,
Live mail is one of many features included in Windows essentials 2012,
Import messages into Windows Mail from Outlook Express
Download a email program,
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-live/essentials-other-programs
You can also use a service like Thunder bird,
Cheers.

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How do you take of a auto vacation reply from Outlook Express. I forget how I put it on and have no clue how to get it off.
 

A:Outlook Express-out of office asst.

This should help:

http://email.about.com/od/outlookexpresstips/qt/et102806.htm
 

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Three people in my office each have their own computer all able to access the same email account using outlook express. There is also one at home as well on same. Right now if you delete an email on one computer, it is still on all the other ones. Rather than having to go into each computer is there a way that they can all be accessed from one computer? Thanks for your help
 

A:Office with 3 computers using outlook express

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I am trying to configure Outlook express to send and automated rely to all e-mails recieved while i am away on holiday. My ISP is supanet.
i have only suceeded so far in sending an automatic message to all adresses inmy inbox, and stopping the computer sending e-mail. it still recieves messages. What should i do??
please help. Thank you.
 

A:Outlook express out-of-office autoreply

This may help :

http://www.cyberwalker.net/columns/feb01/080201.html
 

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Hello.

Can I remove Microsoft Office 2007 and keep my Outlook Express preserved?
Outlook Express has a lot of info, emails & contacts that I don?t want to lose.

If it is possible, what steps should I take to properly do this task.

Thank you,
3_L7

A:Can I remove Office 2007 but keep Outlook Express

Hi Not trying to be nosey but why not just leave the whole thing? However I believe you can just remove parts. You may need the disk or try http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/help/install-or-remove-individual-office-programs-and-components-HA001234067.aspxIn Microsoft Windows, click the Start button, and then click Control Panel. Do one of the following: Windows Vista Click Programs, and then click Installed Programs. Click the name of the Microsoft Office edition or program you want to change, and then click Change. Note In Classic view, double-click Programs, and then click Installed Programs. Click the name of the Microsoft Office edition or program you want to change, and then click Change. Microsoft Windows XP Click Add or Remove Programs, and then click Change or Remove Programs. Click the name of the Microsoft Office edition or program you want to change, and then click Change. In the 2007 Microsoft Office system Setup dialog box, click Add or Remove Features, and then click Next. Click the custom installation options that you want: Click a plus sign (+) to expand a folder and see more features. The symbol next to each feature indicates how that feature will be installed by default. You can change how the feature will be installed by clicking its symbol, and then selecting another symbol from the list that appears. The symbols and their meanings are as follows:Run from my computer Run from My Computer The feature will be ins... Read more

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I'm upgrading to the new software on XP and wonder if it will automatically uninstall OE as I do or if I will have to remove it manually? It's not in Add/Remove Programs.

Will it import accounts from OE during the install?

Thanks.
 

A:Does Office University 2010 Uninstall Outlook Express?

Outlook should give you the option to import accounts
the first time you run it.
If not,you can always do it from the menu.
It probably won't during installation as you are installing
the full office package.
You don't actually need to uninstall outlook express.
Outlook usually sets itself as default mail handler.
If it doesn't,you can set it as defualt in default programs.
 

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I am an old guy. I tend to like Outlook Express. Some years ago I finally got it customized in terms of text size and layout the way I like. I am used to it. But, it seems to have some kind of fatal flaw - that every year or so MS OUtlook Express's InBox gets corrupted and makes either or both sending or receiving email no longer possible. It is as if after working properly for a year or two the InBox file gets to a certain size and goes haywire. Is there any remedy for this? Is there a more stable version of Outlook Express or another mail program that is very similar but more stable than OE that I can import my settings into?
 

A:Alternative to Outlook Express?I tend to like Outlook Express. Some years ago I fina

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Hi.

I have just purchased and upgraded my Office suite to Office 2007 from Office 2000.

In Office 2000, Outlook Express was working fine. I have since removed Office 2000 to upgrade to Office 2007, and Outlook Express was working fine. When i installed Office 2007 Home & Student Edition, i installed the Service Pack for it, it is now Office 2007 SP1.

I have just tried to load Outlook Express to check ma emails and it crashes on startup and it will not load. I rebooted my machine after the various installs, but it is still not working.

Can anyone shed some light on this problem?

Thanks
 

A:Solved: Outlook Express 6 & Office 2007 Home & Student

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Hello fellas,

i am newbie on working on outlook and webmail..

i just wondering on how can i imports contacts from my ms office outlook 2003 into ms office outlook 2010.

any helps is greatly appreciated..
thanks..
 

A:How can i Import ms office outlook 2003 contact into ms office outlook 2010

Here is an article that fully explains the process involved with step by step instruction: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/o...t-has-outlook-2010-installed-HA102544948.aspx
 

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Ever since I have installed Office 2007, my Outlook Express has lost the English Dictionary for spell check. The only dictionary available for spell check is French.

How do I resolve this issue?

Thanks and regards.
UnsportingSam
 

A:English Dictionary in Outlook Express lost after installing Office 2007

Try Spell Checker for OE. It's free, small and works well.
 

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Hi,
can anyone give me a step by step description, how i can export my Emails and the Address book from Outlook Express 6 to another Computer which runs also Outlook Express 6?
I tried already to export the Address book but it only allows me to export it as a *.csv-File and after i put the data on my usb stick and try to import it on my new computer by File - Import - Addressbook, the program keeps asking me for a *.wab-File? (btw: i can only use the: "Text File (Comma Separated Values))" Option, when exporting the address book.

Export and Import from email messages doesn't work either.

Has anyone a really step-by-step description how to do this??

Thank you very much in advance for your help

greets
wizzle2003
 

A:Solved: Import & Export from Outlook Express 6 to Outlook Express 6

Hi wizzle2003

When you are ready to Import the .csv file on the destination computer,
In Outlook Express,
File > Import > Other Address Book
You should then be given the option to choose a Text File (Comma Separated Values)
Then Browse to the .csv file to complete the Import.
Enable Show Hidden Files and folders:

Open My Computer,
Tools > Folder Options > View tab,
under Hidden Files and Folders, verify Show Hidden Files and Folders is selected.
Remove the check mark for Hide Extensions for known file types.
To locate the directory where Outlook Express keeps it's message store:
Tools > Options > Maintenance tab > Store Folder
Note the location, then Cancel out of the window.

Navigate to that directory, copy all the .dbx files to a folder on the Desktop.
Copy those files to a folder on the Desktop of the destination computer.
If you are using a Flash drive to transfer the files, it may take a couple of transfers to complete.

Once all the .dbx files are on the Destination computer,
Open Outlook Express,
Tools > Import > Messages > Microsoft Outlook Express 6 > Next
Select: Import mail from an OE 6 store directory
Click: OK
Browse to the folder containing the .dbx files on the Desktop.
When you reach the Finish button,
You should see a "Congratulations Your data was successfully imported"

If there is more than one Identity in Outlook Express, switch to the other Identities in Outlook Express and repeat the steps above.

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Whenever I start a "New Message" in Outlook, the text color is now Ivory and also double spacing. This started to happen a couple of days ago. The defaults in MS Word are O.K. and Word works perfectly. I have deleted all instances of "Normal.dot" and rebooted my computer but nothing has changed in Outlook...
I have Office 2003 - IBM ThinkCentre - Intel Pentium 4/3 Mhz - 512 Mb RAM - 40GB HD
Can someone please help?
Thank you,

Fred2002
 

A:Problem with defaults in Outlook HTML

It sounds like you might have changed the stationery you are using. Go to Tools/Options/ Mail Format and see what stationery is listed there. If it isn't the one you want, try changing it.
 

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First Post I am using MS XP pro/ MS Office 2003 ? outlook 2003. I have 4 e mail accounts set up. The same e-mail from the same sender is receved by all four accounts. Two will display in HTML two will be in PLAIN TEXT. All of the e mail accounts are with Verizon DSL. I would like to have all the account to receive in the HTML format. What qam I doing wrong.
 

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I am having a problem when forwarding or replying to HTML formatted messages that include inline links to external graphics (such as a logo in a signature or a 1x1 tracking gif). I have Outlook 2003 set to not display such graphics for incoming messages. When I try to forward or reply, I get a pop-up that says Outllook needs to download the graphics to complete the task.

Is there a setting somewhere that will let me reply or forward these mesages either using plaintext or with HTML formatting but leaving out the linked graphics?

My OS is Win XP Home SP2 with all updates and I am using POP3/SMTP for all e-mail accounts.

Thanks in advance.
 

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Hi, I have WinXP with SP3 and Office 2003 with SP3 installed. Aslo have IE7.I have created a new HTML signature with a embedded picture that work fine when sending new mails. When I go to my send mail and forward one of the mails the signature of the first mail gets broken. The hearder info displays on the right and when printing it does not print the line to split the fist mail and the forwarded mail. It starts straight from the reply or forward message onto the first message body.
Please help?

Thanks
 

A:Outlook 2003, HTML signature problem

Go to Tools, Options, select the Mail format tab and make sure the Message format under the Mail Format tab is set to HTML.
 

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Printing is fine in all other programs but I cannot print html formatted emails in Outlook. Any idea why this is so? I use Windows XP Sp2
 

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Hi

I have created a html signature for our company, which works 100% for all outlook 2003 client

I have some XP clients with Office 2007 that are able to use this signature but it's really slow when sending

I have purchased 2 new laptops which have Vista SP1 and Office2007 loaded When I create a new email the logo displays a red X

When I send it the receipient doesnt receive the signature

All it consists of is a link to a give that contains the signature
See code Below for the signature:
Code:

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"
"http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
<html>
<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
<title>Untitled Document</title>
<style type="text/css">
<!--
.style3 {font-size: 11px; }
body,td,th {
font-family: Verdana;
font-size: 15px;
}
-->
</style>
</head>

<body>
<table width="690" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0">
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Hi,

When I copy text from another email in Outlook to a new email it copies the text but with no spacing etc.

I have not changed any settings in Outlook before this occured. Could it be a service pack issue?

Does anyone have any ideas as to how to mend (if it can be mended)?

Kind regards

Michelle Clarkson
 

A:Solved: Outlook 2003 HTML email problem

It depends on the incoming email that you are copying the text from. Not all of them come in as HTML it depends on the senders email format. If it comes in a splain text replying to it will go out as plain text, same goes for copying a massage with formatting other than HTML.
 

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I have Outlook 2003 and Windows XP Pro. I currently have my messages edited thru Word 2003 and in HTML format. Problem is everyone who receives my messages can only see the html tags- for example:

v\:* {behavior:url(#default#VML);} o\:* {behavior:url(#default#VML);} w\:* {behavior:url(#default#VML);} {behavior:url(#default#VML);} /* Font Definitions */ @font-face panose-1:5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0;} panose-1:3 7 4 2 5 3 2 3 2 3;} panose-1:2 11 6 4 3 5 4 4 2 4;} /* Style Definitions */ p.MsoNormal, li.MsoNormal, div.MsoNormal margin-bottom:.0001pt; font-size:12.0pt; font-family:"Times New Roman";} p.MsoEnvelopeAddress, li.MsoEnvelopeAddress, div.MsoEnvelopeAddress margin-right:0in; margin-bottom:0in; margin-left:2.0in; margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-element:frame; font-size:16.0pt; font-family:"Bradley Hand ITC"; text-shadow:auto; font-weight:bold;} p.MsoEnvelopeReturn, li.MsoEnvelopeReturn, div.MsoEnvelopeReturn margin-bottom:.0001pt; font-size:12.0pt; font-family:"Bradley Hand ITC"; text-shadow:auto; font-weight:bold;} a:link, span.MsoHyperlink text-decoration:underline;} a:visited, span.MsoHyperlinkFollowed text-decoration:underline;} p margin-right:0in; mso-margin-bottom-alt:auto; margin-left:0in; font-size:12.0pt; font-family:"Times New Roman";} span.EmailStyle19 font-family:Arial; color:windowtext;} span.EmailStyle23 font-family:Arial; color:navy;}

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Hi, I am having an issue opening 'html' Links in that when I click on them to open all that happens is a word within the Link gets highlighted.
I don't use restore points and so that is not an option.
My laptop is working fine and has been with me using Kaspersky and Prevxx for several years now.
I hope that some experienced person has a suggestion.
Thank you.
 

A:problem opening 'html' Link in Outlook 3 and OS xpsp2

I presume you mean Microsoft Outlook 2003?

as apposed to Outlook Express of some version.

Usually Word links with Outlook, (for spelling etc) sometimes it can be who sends it that stuffs up the link, but, I don't know if it will work, but I know you can click on a link in Word by going to tools, options, edit tab, and tick - user CTRL + click to follow a Hyperlink, it might make a difference in Outlook, when it comes to links there, never had a problem your way around though. Will have to watch this one.
 

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I've started having the following problem within the last 60 days with no software or configuration change except possibly Microsoft updates to Windows 7 ort Outlook 2003. Someone posted this problem 3/29/11, but that post got no replies.
Description:
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Certain emails forwarded to me are not being recognized as HTML by Outlook. The bad messages show up as plain text, with all the route headers showing, and usually include blocks of characters in MIME format.

This problem appeared suddenly in emails from several people who foreword stuff they think I'm interested in. I've checked with a few of these people and confirmed that they have made not changes at their end, and are using the same system and mailer that they did when I didn't have this problem.

The very first thing I did was check Outlook Tools -> Options -> Email options and confirm that "Read all standard mail in plain text was NOT checked. It wasn't and isn't. That procedure is the only thing I could find suggested for this problem when I searched for a solution. Please not that neither me nor the senders are using Exchange.

Any suggestions or ideas would be greatly appreciated. An example message is shown below my systems information.

OS Name Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium
Version 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 Build 7601
System Manufacturer nVidia
System Model MCP61
System Type x64-based PC
Processor AMD Athlon(tm) II X4 640 Processor, 3000 Mhz, 4 Core(s), 4 ... Read more

A:Outlook 2003 recieved msg html & mime problem

That's usually what happens to an incoming message when Outlook has determined (rightly or wrongly) that the message is Spam or Junk. It is then placed in Outlook's Junk Folder with all hyperlinks disabled and HTML content converted to plain text. See this: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/o...der-HP001043035.aspx?CTT=5&origin=HP005242967
 

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Hello, windows xpsp2 and toshiba notebook. I cannot open a Link in my Outlook 2003 if it is HTML.??? I don't know if this is a Security setting issue??
All experienced help would be appreciated.
Thank you.

A:Outlook 2003 problem opening HTML. Links?

Maybe try this, might work for Outlook as wellThis is most likely because one or more of the following files is missing, damaged, or improperly registered: * Urlmon.dll * Mshtml.dll * Actxprxy.dll * Oleaut32.dll * Shell32.dll * Shdocvw.dllhttp://www.onlinecomputertips.com/troubleshooting/iefix.htmlhttp://www.computing.net/answers/office/ou...oblem/4286.html

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Hi guys

I have a really annoying issue with Outlook 2007. I am having trouble with HTML e-mails. If I send fresh HTML e-mails i have no issues. If i try to reply to or forward HTML emails, Outlook will not send. I get a message saying "The connection to the server was interupted". If i change the mail to "Plain text" they send without a problem. I have tried the following without any sucess.Turned off McAfee - completely
Uninstalled and re-installed Outlook 2007
Run "scanpst" on the data file
Turned off and on Smartscreen filtering in IE
Tested connection to SMTP server directly with ISP
Run outlook 2007 in XP SP3 compatable
The outgoing mails are going to different addresses so it is not a problem with one outgoing address.

I have tried all forums and google but still cannot find a solution.

Please help....Anything you can think of would be good.
Thanks - Geoff

A:outlook 2007 -Problem replying/forwarding HTML emails

I am having a similar problem. Message is the same. Outlook won't let me send email at all.

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Dear Forum ;-)

One of our artists is going to be moving from a Mac to a PC (Windows XP), and we need to be able to move his existing Outlook Express messages from the Mac to the PC version of Outlook Express. I did catch this thread:

http://forums.techguy.org/t39571/s6355aab44212d144ad0c5c591fdb21ab.html

but the link to the "OE Exporter" is broken. It looks like it worked, too. Does anyone have any suggestions, or a new link to OE Exporter?

Thanks in advance.

Marc Hoffman
 

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Hey Folks

I am trying to import OE5 .dbx files from a Win2k machine to a completely different machine (Win2003) with OE6. Everytime I try to import the DBX files I get an error message stating:

"No messges can be found in this folder or another application is running that has the required files open..."

The thing is I have even tried copying the DBX files from the old machine to the new machine and importing them from a directory on the new machine. I stil get the same message!

Another strange thing is the impor facility on OE6 does not provic an option import OE5 files, only OE4 & OE6.

I've already imported my mail accounts and address book, just not my messages.

Any ideas how to fix this?

Thx in advance.
 

A:(Solved) Outlook Express 5 import to Outlook Express 6

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Hello,

We want to import our emails and folders from our old computer which uses Outlook Express 5 to Outlook Express 6 (our new computer that uses Windows XP). The problem is when I click on import, I get the wizard which prompts me to click on the 'old email program'. There is Outlook Express 4 and Outlook Express 6...no 5 to choose!!!! So how do I import these files!!

Please help!

Thanks...

Melissa
 

A:How to import files from Outlook Express 5 to Outlook Express 6?

Hi Melissa, Welcome to TSG! First, make sure you can view hidden files and folders and do a search for your OE5 .dbx files. Find > *.dbx
Remember the location!

Then to import from OE5 into OE6, click
File > Import > Messages > OE6, then select "Import from an OE6 store directory" and Browse to the folder containing the OE5 *.dbx files. Make sure they are not set to 'read only'.
 

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