Outlook 2007 Using Word Renering Engine


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Guest

I've recently upgraded to both Vista, Office 2007 and Outlook 2007. I was
dismayed to find out that Outlook 2007 no longer displays HTML email as
rendered using IE7 but, instead, uses a much crippled method using Word's
renering engine. Interestingly, Vista Mail continues to use the Trident
engine and displays HTML emails splendidly.

My question is if there is an add-on or other workaround that would give the
user the ability to view the email using the IE7 engine? For example, a
context menu item on the email content that allows "View in IE7" as an option
or some other such remedy?
 
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G

Guest

Robert, thank you for your quick reply. While the macro did open the html
email in the browser, it rendered the same way. In viewing the browser
source, it appears that the macro simply gets the already "reformatted" Word
version and sends that to the browser?

Also, while I wasn't specific in my initial request, I am looking of a
workaround that I could easily pass onto my non-techy business clients (in
the thousands.) Unfortunately, this type of solution would be way over their
abilities.
 

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