The question: is it shown as html-code or is it html-code. That's a big difference.
Your post above starts with "<div>". So you might say it shows html-code. But it doesn't. If I look at the page source with View>Source I see <div> which the way to show a tag, but isn't a tag itself, so it's just the text that is entered.
<div>In some incoming and outgoing emails, but not
all, text is being shown as HTML code. I
am not attempting to insert HTML code into
the messages. In some cases title
and addressee text are being stripped out although they appear to be getting
through to the addressee and I am receiving such stripped out messages. </div><div>I am a
domestic user running a brand new Samsung RF511 laptop with Windows 7 Home
Premium, Outlook 2007, Norton 2011 Anti Virus and ZoneAlarm free firewall. Internet connection is via a D-Link DSL-G624T
WiFi + 4 Port Ethernet Router, using WiFi connectivity. I have transferred both Outlook 2007 and
Norton Anti Virus 2011 from my old desktop PC which ran Windows XP Professional
SP2 with Ethernet connectivity to the same router. That had no problems, is still connected to
the same router and is still able to
send and receive e-mails correctly which would indicate no problem with the
line, router or ISP (Demon in UK). I have checked the email options Outlook
options and Norton Anti Virus setting in the new laptop against the old PC and
they are the same. I do not wish to use
Plain Text.</div>Any ideas please?