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    Outlook

    I am attempting to create a custom message form which will allow users to press a button and insert a block of specific into the message. This sounds easy but if you just insert text into the message ( after copying the message so that is is added to existing text) the formatting of the original message is removed. I thought perhaps I could access the custom signature object and insert a signature to avoid the format change issue - however whenever you add another signature the index of the existing signatures changes. This makes it impossible to programatically point to a specific signature to add a block of text to the message. Any ideas?

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    Re: Outlook

    writing to the body of the messages changes it to rtf format, is that what you are seeing?

    is what you are trying to insert an autotext tpye thing where the text options are predeteremined or can they select something from another message/file to create the new entry?

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    Re: Outlook

    I am trying to insert a block of text which is an autotext kind of thing (predetermined text). After adding this text to an existing message it is removing all formatting from the original message.

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    Re: Outlook

    are you using html format?

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    Re: Outlook

    I am using RTF.

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