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Old 11-26-2011, 08:52 PM   #11
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I don't know what is...is it an option?
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Hmmm. Well, not quite. I says "Use Microsoft Viewer." Look in Options under Viewing Mail.

   
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andrew: I says "Use Microsoft Viewer." Look in Options under Viewing Mail.
Ahhh...thanks...I don't have that checked--just on principle...'-}}--but will try and it and see what happens...

Very interesting with that option checkmarked...the "send to browser" displays the headers and the mail display within Eudora is also different. I don't have display html turned on but with "use ms viewer" checkmarked the html displays...

I'm not sure I will leave the "use ms viewer" turned on but it's good to know what it does...thanks!

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