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Twitter users trying to get Microsoft to fix Outlook 2010

Posted on Thursday, June 25 2009 @ 18:44:29 CEST by

More than 21,600 Twitter users have joined an online cause to fix Outlook 2010. The problem with the upcoming e-mail client is that Microsoft decided to use the Word rendering engine to display HTML e-mails in Outlook 2010, which lacks support for many HTML and CSS features.
Microsoft has confirmed they plan on using the Word rendering engine to display HTML emails in Outlook 2010. This means for the next 5 years your email designs will need tables for layout, have no support for CSS like float and position, no background images and lots more. Want proof? Here’s the same email in Outlook 2000 & 2010.


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Re: Twitter users trying to get Microsoft to fix Outlook 2010
by Anonymous on Thursday, June 25 2009 @ 20:50:00 CEST
use Thunderbird - problem solved


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