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How can I delete language information that is betting inserted in the subject line of Outlook e-mail?

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When I send a message from Outlook, a tag that looks like [French 97%] is getting inserted in the subject line.  Anyone know where this is coming from and how to get rid of it?

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Sounds like that it set within the stationery setup where you configure Outlook to have a templete email.

check those settings in the Outlook options.

Wayne


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That didn't seem to be it...but after digging into this a bit deeper it seems that our SPAM filter software (AdAware) was automatically inserting this tag in the subject line after making an attempt to identify the language.  I guess this is supposed to be a feature(?)  We disabled it and we're checking to see if the problem goes away.

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