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I have an outlook signature problem . when i try to reply  or forward ,
the mail signature revert back to text from html.(not for all mails.with some emails it works fine but with some emails its not working ie it reverts back)

Please help
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It will depend on the email.  If you are replying to a plain text email, your signature will be converted to plain text.

If you wish it to be in HTML, you'll need to change the email to be encoded in HTML
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It would have been helpful if you would have returned to the question and helped to clarify the issue.  I firmly believe that your signature is being converted based on the type of email that you are forwarding/replying to.
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It would have been helpful if you would have returned to the question and helped to clarify the issue.  I firmly believe that your signature is being converted based on the type of email that you are forwarding/replying to.
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