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I'm trying to write shell script that will send mail from a dec unix system to a NT outlook account.  Which I can do.  The problem I'm having is I want to code the font the within the document so outlook will format it the way I would like to see it.

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I like quick and fast fixes.  I would say try formatting the incoming document in HTML, which outlook will gladly display.  Give me a sample document, and how you want it and I can put it together for you.

David Johnson
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To hkmdj,  take any text line and try your idea.  When I took "The brown fox...." and put html coding around it, outlook ignored it.  
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