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Lotus Notes & VB - Formatting Body Text

Posted on 2004-09-29
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Hi

Is there any way to format a lotus note mail doc's body text (i.e. change font size, font colour etc) by simply applying some sort of "escape character" prefix?

e.g. MailDoc.Body = "\bHello World" where "\b" could be an escape character denoting "bold"

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Does the Lotus Notes mail object contain a property like BodyFormat, like the Outlook one does?  If so, you could probably set this format to HTML (or similar) and use its tags...
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