Some time in the past week, one XP laptop in my office has started displaying about half the emails received with no text visible other than the hyper links.
These emails when forwarded to other computers display just as they should.
On the "problem" machine, the emails just open up blank. Text is able to be highlighted and copied into a text editor to be viewed (as a workaround) if the email is edited (other actions -> edit) it can be changed to html and the font color can be set to black so it is legible. The odd part here is that it doesn't seem to have any style at all before this. It doesn't appear to be set to the white color of the background is what I mean.
By my understanding, an email that says "Plain Text" at the top shouldnt be able to display white text as these ones do. (see screenshots below)
So... anyone have any idea if there is a default style which may have become set, or any sort of fix for this problem? I have seen one other person posting this problem when I was searching google but there have been no solutions for them either. Their issue seems to have started in the past week as well.
Any suggestions or especially a fix (if this is a known problem to someone out there) would be greatly appreciated.
Im adding links to 2 jpgs:
Basic capture of how the emails open: http://www.august8th.com/eepics/screen-1.jpg
capture of the same email havig selected all the text to see if its actually there: http://www.august8th.com/eepics/screen-2.jpg