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Ms-Outlook 2003 Mail is not readable after forwording

Posted on 2007-04-03
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Dear All
I m using Ms-Outlook 2003. I received a mail in US-ASCII format and i can read it properly. When i forwarded the same mail over my LAN to other people all of them received garbage text and  text is not readable to them. I tried to send many times but everytime they are getting the same. They have tried by changing their endoing option using View-> Encoding. Even after taking the same encoding i-e US-ASCII they are unable to read. But this is happening with only this perticular mail rest are ok

Any Solution?

Thanks in advance
Ahmer
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ahit,

Disable MS Word as editor may fix the problem. Go to Tools > Options > Mail Format. Uncheck using MS Word as editor. Click OK. Test.

If no joy, changing the format to Plain Text before sending will fix the problem.
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