Oriolus Posted June 27, 2007 Share Posted June 27, 2007 I'm using Outlook 2007 under Vista. I cannot remember whether it was as annoying when I ran Outlook 2003 under XP: Using the free reporting service, one should paste header and body in two different panes. To do this I'm being pestered in finding the right place to right-click in the body of an e-mail and find "Source of Message" (or what's it called in English?). In many cases (if not all) "Source of Message" is greyed out, whether or no it is an HTML-formatted e-mail. To be sure I click the Answer button and investigate the format of the e-mail that I am of course not going to send away. This however is a rather tiresome way of getting sure. I noticed some time ago that I couldn't find the right place to right-click in the body of an e-mail, and (erronuously, appeared afterwards) concluded that it was plain text, and sent the text that was shown, whereas there was HTML-code underneath really, as I noticed later, but I wasn't aware at the very moment. Does anyone know a quicker method to find out the format of a mail without right-clicking in vain or 'having to not-reply' to the spammer? TIA, Oriolus Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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