I have RTF data stored in ms access table, When this data is sent to outlook it displays html like code. How to make RTF text appear into outlook email from Access table.

Following is what appears in outlook. Please help in converting this back to RTF.
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SUMMARY PROJECT STATUS<br>
• &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Received Scope Acceptance<br>
• &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Started NCP for internal orders<br>
• &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Received internal orders<br>
Router Delivered at customer site. &nbsp;<br>
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Legends/Telstra Acronyms :<br>
TRPB: Transmission Path Build / Line Build<br>
if the order is for carriage only then the Line is built from closest exchange to customer premises in MDF.<br>
If order is for router or switch then router /switch configuration is built and loaded into Telstra servers.<br>
If the order is TIPT/SIP then phone credentials and other phones/SIP related configuration is built and loaded into Broadsoft. Also, SIP credentials are prepared and sent to customer.<br>
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TEQP: Tech Equipment / Device Connection Date<br>
Terminating equipment such as NTU, Router, switch or SIP/TIPT equipment is connected and Tested.<br>
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DSPS: Digital Service Packet Switching Test/ Device Management Date<br>
The service undergoes the final testing and officially handed over to the customer.<br>
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )Infotrakker SoftwareCommented:
How are you sending this to Outlook? If you're using Automation, you have to set the HTMLBody, not the Body, if you want this to appear as formatted text in Outlook:
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
Microsoft decided a number of years ago that HTML is RTF.  Never mind that there was already a format called RTF.  What you are seeing is what you are going to get.  You need to get it into the HTML editor in Outlook and I don't know how to do that.
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MannafAuthor Commented:
I was using .Body. All good after changing that to .HTMLBody. Thanks
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