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2003-09-15, 09:35 #1
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HTML displays as text in non Outlook clients (2000)
I have created an HTML email with all my text formatted as required and with links back to the company's server to provide the images. The email looks as expected when sent to someone within the company (all using Outlook and Exchange 2000) but when I send it to external systems (running Outlookor anything else) it turns up as plain text with links to the images.
The links on the plain text emails work, they open the images, so I assume they have been set up correctly for people not on the company's domain.
When I forward one of the emails that have been received within the company to someone outside they arrive correctly formatted, so the HTML is written correctly.
The emails are sent programatically (from an Access database) and the body text is placed in the HTMLBody property of an Outlook mail item object.
Can anybody suggest why they are going outside the domain as plain text?
2003-09-15, 14:43 #2