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i would like to know how i can use my own HTML email. When i make a new message, i select Format->HTML but i can't do everything i can when i am programming my HTML email i want. Is it possible to do so with MS Outlook?

Thanks in advance.
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If you select the option to use MS word as your e-mail editor, you should be able to select in word to view/edit the HTML directly.
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