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Articles about email formatting related issues like funny characters, plain text, HTML, rich text format, and getting your mail to look the way you want.
Sometimes, it's as easy as typing or pasting in the link. If that doesn't work, another simple step may be necessary.
The ability to add a signature to email depends on the email program you use. Whether or not you can include an image also depends on that program.
Online videos need to run from the YouTube website, so ultimately, clicking over there is the easiest way to go!
Really? Do you want to? I strongly offer an alternative to auto-play in an email.
It's possible to send email to someone without having their email address show up on the To: or Cc: lines by using blind carbon copy or Bcc.
Removing the addresses from an email you're forwarding or printing should be easy - and for forwarding it is. For printing, a few tricks are needed.
Email can be sent in several formats the most common being plain text and HTML. We'll look at the difference, and which might be preferable.
A backwards P is probably a paragraph mark. If you're seeing a backwards P it's easy to turn off, but also tells me you should change something else too.
Links will show in different colors depending on whether or not you have visited them before. It may not be under your control.
Pictures in email don't always display. The reasons pictures in email don't display are many, and confusing. We'll look at some of the factors.
Email can often use complex methods to encode special or even not-so-special characters. Occasionally those methods become accidentally visible.
There are a few reasons as to why pictures won't show in the emails you send or receive.