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Outlook 2010 need to read messages from one user with a fixed width font.

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Hi,

Have a user that gets a report emailed in from a mainframe job that needs to be read in a fixed width font.
Is there a way to make a rule or anything so that those emails get read in a fixed width font?
The user is on Outlook 2010.

Thank you.
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Hi, MarkReinertson.

I might be able to do it with a combination of a rule and a macro.  Would that work for you?
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Didn't really say anything.
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I offered a solution and you never responded.  
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