How to enable the smart tags on received emails(HTML content)?


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Guest

I am working on custom Smart tag. I want to enable the smart tag on received
emails. Received emails will be in HTML content format. If i reply for that
email then I'll get the smart tag since the defualt editor is the word
document. But I want to enable the smart tag without replying for that email.

Any suggestion will be appreciated

Thanks in advance
 
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Sue Mosher [MVP-Outlook]

I don't think that's possible. Smart tags are available only when Word is the editor.
 
G

Guest

Hey Sue,

Thanks for the details.

But even after modifiying the registry entry I am not able to enable the
smart tag.

I am working on Outlook 2003.
 
G

Guest

Hey Sue,

I have found out the problem. After setting the registry value, only the
default smart tags are enabled in the outlook.

This is really great.. :)

but the problem is with the custom smart tag which i have developed. For
this smart tag is not enabled. :)

I have followed the steps which is provided in the Smart tag sdk for
developing the custom smart tag. And it is working fine in all the office
applications other than the Outlook.

So now we need to figure out what is the problem when we create a custom
smart tag.

regards,
Brinda
 
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Sue Mosher [MVP-Outlook]

I would suggest that you ask about that in one of the general Office programming forums. Maybe someone who has developed a lot of smart tags has run into the same problem.

--
Sue Mosher, Outlook MVP
Author of Microsoft Outlook 2007 Programming:
Jumpstart for Power Users and Administrators
http://www.outlookcode.com/article.aspx?id=54
 
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poorna

Hi Brinda,

I too have the same problem in Outlook 2003. Just viewing the received mails, doesnt show the smart tags which i have developed, but when i try to edit the mails, the smart tags appear. Have u found a solution for this problem?

Thanks.
 

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