Much of the time the "problem" is actually on the other end as a result of the recipient's mail client or mail client settings--things like "text only" for viewing messages, font selections that override those you used, text wrapping settings, and a host of others.
If you absolutely must ensure the recipient sees exactly what you sent you need to send the info in a mutually supported format even if that means as an attached file.
I?m using Outlook that came with Office 97 Standard Edition and I have a couple of questions.
1. When putting together an email announcement I added a graphic and had a form at the bottom to print and snail mail. The graphic didn?t go through to the recipients and the form didn?t look quite right either. Why would these things change or be removed? I get all kinds of warnings about the most trivial stuff but no warning about any of this before it is sent out.
2. Sometimes, maybe 50% of the time, when I attach a jpg to an email the recipient gets pages of code and no attached picture. I can send it to myself and it comes through just fine, so I think the person I sent it to got it but they didn?t. I?ve also found that when I send two jpgs as attachments usually only one will stay intact. How can I send pictures and get them to their destination intact?
Thank you for your help.