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Trying to have my default for reply for a message in html

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Does anyone know how to have the default for replying to a message have itself set to html.  When i get a message in plain text sent to me i want for html to be the default when i reply.  If this cant be done then would like to know that also.  If it can be done then how would be great.
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You are usually replying in the same format that the original email was sent in... this can be a pain if you don't want to use that format.

IT Pro's will recommend that HTML not be used for several reasons, if you need to use HTML then you could make a macro that just changes the format when you hit your custom "reply to" button.

Enjoy.
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