Charlie Wilkinson wrote:
> Michael Bernstein <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > > Wilkinson Charlie E wrote:
> > >
> > > It all began when I was a small child, but I'll skip ahead
> > > a bit....
> > I almost hate to say this, since your post is an interesting
> > one otherwise, but please don't send HTML email to the list.
> > Some of the people here don't use HTML-capable mail clients.
> <RANT target="Microsoft">
> I'm not a dummy.
I didn't mean to imply that you were.
> [snip experience]
> BUT I CAN'T SHUT OFF HTML IN OUTLOOK TO SAVE MY MISERABLE F*ING LIFE!!!!
> [snip attempts to supress HTML]
> My suspicion is that some well meaning but deranged
> Exchange SMTP gateway server is doing the conversion, as there's a meta
> tag that says the HTML generator is Exchange. I've tried talking to
> the people who run the servers, but they are clueless and keep saying
> it's something I'm doing.
Monday I'll check with our sysadmin and take a look at the
Exchange Management UI myself. If I can identify the correct
'knob', I'll let you know, so you can pass this information
along to your server admins.
Meanwhile, you could use a free web-mail account, and just
set the Reply-To or CC to your actual email address. I like
netaddress.com (no Reply-To, though).
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