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This page "reserved" for discussion (pros and cons) of HTML in email, possibly sparked by AvoidHTMLinEmail.

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Outlook or Outlook Express Specific

Some of these touch on the dangers of viewing HTML email:

It's important to set Outlook to reply in plain text, however (if you can). While the plugin will defeat HTML on incoming messages, if you've elected to reply in the sender's format you could possibly activate a script when you launch a reply. In older versions of Outlook it was possible to force replies into plain text, but in later versions one is only permitted to select his own default settings for new messages.

  • no HTML for Outlook Express -- can protect the OE user from incoming HTML mail, does nothing to protect others from outgoing HTML mail

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