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Is there a way to force Outlook to always reply with HTML format?

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We have exchange server 2010, outlok 07 and the rest of the office suite is 2003
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by:Shabarinath Ramadasan
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This should be done globally through Exchange System Manager in E2k3.
Go to ESM ->Global Settings -> Internet Message format -> Default -> Message encoding ->
Select "Provide message body as HTML"

Good luck
Shaba
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apinet earned 125 total points
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I don't believe you are able to do within the outlook options.  You either have to write a script or use an add in software like bells and whitsles.

http://www.emailaddressmanager.com/outlook-bells.html 
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by:vladfuentes
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I found this:
http://outlook-tips.net/cs/blogs/outlooktips/archive/2007/08/02/671.aspx

Make sure you read the comments, the solution is there, although I have not tried it myself
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by:dianetuschl
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It would be nice if this was an option right in outlook instead of having to use an add-in or use a macro.
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