How do I format Exchange 2010 automated room response?

MS Exchange 2010 allows you to customize the automated room responses.  I know how to do this, but what i do not know how to do is properly format the message.  i can type in the text in paragraph form and looks to be properly formatted.  I apply the custom message and it saves properly.  When I receive the automated message from the conference room's automated repose, all the content is there but the formatting is gone.  Anyone know how to keep the formatting so the user doesn't just receive a long paragraph of information?
Charles ITIT AdministratorsAsked:
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Adam BrownSr Solutions ArchitectCommented:
Room responses are stored in plain text without any formatting. If you want them to be formatted, you can try writing them in HTML. Just avoid using <body> tags in the code, since that will conflict with the tags that will wrap the email.
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Charles ITIT AdministratorsAuthor Commented:
Writing my response in HTML worked.  I added </p> to the end of each line that needed it and it worked...thanks @Adam Brown!
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Charles ITIT AdministratorsAuthor Commented:
This issue was resolved by Adam Brown and Raheem exchange expert on the instant chat.  Customize AND format your automated room and resource responses using HTML formatting code.
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