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Hi.

We have a user using outlook 2007. When clients reply to his emails, the replys come back in bright yellow and are pretty much unreadable. Do you know where this can be changed? We are sure this isn't how the emails are being sent because its happening with pretty much every email received.

Thx!
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Hello bridgeassociates,

Go to Tools - Options - Mail Format - Stationery and Fonts - Personal Stationery.
Under "Composing and Reading Plain Text Messages" click the Font button. On the Font tab, change the Font Color to Automatic.

To make sure the change stayed permanent,  under Personal Stationary, select "Theme" and make sure there was no current theme selected. If I left it on "Blank" then it kept reverting back to yellow font.

Hope this helps!
war1
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