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How to create REAL HTML e-mails in Outlook 2000 ?

Posted on 2001-06-22
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I figured out that if I create an .htm file then open a new email & say "Insert as Text", it embeds the HTML.  Almost perfectly...

Except the fact that it ignores my <BODY BGCOLOR> and LINK, VLINK, and ACTIVE colors.  How can I get around this?

Thanks.
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If you wish to have inline css styles and body settings come through, you will have to set the HTML file up to be used as stationery.

How to:
* Create your HTML file
* Store in \Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Stationery
* When you want to use it, Actions | New Message Using | More Stationery | Name of HTML document

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Works great!  Thanks...
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