Outlook 2003 uses original senders stationery when replying to their message.

Posted on 2005-04-20
Last Modified: 2008-03-06
We have office 2003 installed on several machine in our organisation. Our problem is that when replying to a message, Outlook 2003 seems to apply the original senders stationery to our own message which can result in fonts, font sizes and colours getting skewed about especially if there have been several replies to replies to replies on the same message. Is there a way we can turn this behaviour off permanently and make Outlook use our own font settings?
Question by:nkamin
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    Will this help ?
    open Outlook >> tools >> options >> mail format >> click the  'fonts' button >>
    now at the bottom under 'stationary fonts' you can select the option 'always use my fonts'

    Author Comment

    Thankyou, that seems to do the trick. However it appears to be reliant on using Word as your e-mail editor.

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