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I'm having problems using a html signatures in outlook 2003

Posted on 2004-03-29
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I'm having problems using a html signatures in outlook 2003 the file is fine in every editor and in the preview window but once you try to add it to a new mail I get a activex dialog box which I say yes to then it buggers up all of the formatting
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by:jusz
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I have a work around it has something to do with using word as the email editor once I removed word as the email editor it worked a treat
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bruintje earned 50 total points
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that is true, if you use word as email editor you need to use that for the signature also else don't use word as editor and have the format as html
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by:bruintje
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ps it's no work around, it's how it works :)
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