How to send newsletter as HTML email

I can successfully create my newsletter in Publisher, choose to email it as a 
message, and it shows up perfectly in an email message. But now I have 
purchased an email program that allows me to paste in HTML to send to a large 
distribution list of subscribers. I want to copy my newsletter as HTML and 
send it via this program. 

I've tried saving the .PUB file as a single file web page (.mht file), then 
I open that file in my browser, view source, copy and paste the HTML code 
into my mailing list program and send it as an HTML email. However, when it 
is received in email, it is missing its pictures. Is there some way to 
replicate what Publisher is doing when it sends the file as an HTML email so 
that I don't lose my pictures?

thanks,
Luann
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LuannV (4)
7/9/2005 9:49:02 PM
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Publisher doesn't do a simple, clean HTML. I'd suggest sending it as a .pdf 
attachment.

-- 

JoAnn Paules
MVP Microsoft [Publisher]



"LuannV" <LuannV@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message 
news:CB254928-DCF6-478C-8431-98EDC782178C@microsoft.com...
>I can successfully create my newsletter in Publisher, choose to email it as 
>a
> message, and it shows up perfectly in an email message. But now I have
> purchased an email program that allows me to paste in HTML to send to a 
> large
> distribution list of subscribers. I want to copy my newsletter as HTML and
> send it via this program.
>
> I've tried saving the .PUB file as a single file web page (.mht file), 
> then
> I open that file in my browser, view source, copy and paste the HTML code
> into my mailing list program and send it as an HTML email. However, when 
> it
> is received in email, it is missing its pictures. Is there some way to
> replicate what Publisher is doing when it sends the file as an HTML email 
> so
> that I don't lose my pictures?
>
> thanks,
> Luann 


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jl_paules1 (1069)
7/9/2005 10:36:51 PM
Thanks, but I don't want an attachment. I just want it to look like it does 
when sent as a message right out of publisher, and how the .mht looks when 
viewed in the browser. While the HTML I'm pasting is indeed quite ugly, it 
would work if i could get the graphics to remain visible.

"JoAnn Paules [MSFT MVP]" wrote:

> Publisher doesn't do a simple, clean HTML. I'd suggest sending it as a .pdf 
> attachment.
> 
> -- 
> 
> JoAnn Paules
> MVP Microsoft [Publisher]
> 
> 
> 
> "LuannV" <LuannV@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message 
> news:CB254928-DCF6-478C-8431-98EDC782178C@microsoft.com...
> >I can successfully create my newsletter in Publisher, choose to email it as 
> >a
> > message, and it shows up perfectly in an email message. But now I have
> > purchased an email program that allows me to paste in HTML to send to a 
> > large
> > distribution list of subscribers. I want to copy my newsletter as HTML and
> > send it via this program.
> >
> > I've tried saving the .PUB file as a single file web page (.mht file), 
> > then
> > I open that file in my browser, view source, copy and paste the HTML code
> > into my mailing list program and send it as an HTML email. However, when 
> > it
> > is received in email, it is missing its pictures. Is there some way to
> > replicate what Publisher is doing when it sends the file as an HTML email 
> > so
> > that I don't lose my pictures?
> >
> > thanks,
> > Luann 
> 
> 
> 
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LuannV (4)
7/9/2005 10:54:02 PM
Then why can't you just send it as an email from Publisher? I guess I don't 
understand why you want to use a third party software.

-- 

JoAnn Paules
MVP Microsoft [Publisher]



"LuannV" <LuannV@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message 
news:C93ED900-8908-4839-9E21-7C07A83FCC8B@microsoft.com...
> Thanks, but I don't want an attachment. I just want it to look like it 
> does
> when sent as a message right out of publisher, and how the .mht looks when
> viewed in the browser. While the HTML I'm pasting is indeed quite ugly, it
> would work if i could get the graphics to remain visible.
>
> "JoAnn Paules [MSFT MVP]" wrote:
>
>> Publisher doesn't do a simple, clean HTML. I'd suggest sending it as a 
>> .pdf
>> attachment.
>>
>> -- 
>>
>> JoAnn Paules
>> MVP Microsoft [Publisher]
>>
>>
>>
>> "LuannV" <LuannV@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:CB254928-DCF6-478C-8431-98EDC782178C@microsoft.com...
>> >I can successfully create my newsletter in Publisher, choose to email it 
>> >as
>> >a
>> > message, and it shows up perfectly in an email message. But now I have
>> > purchased an email program that allows me to paste in HTML to send to a
>> > large
>> > distribution list of subscribers. I want to copy my newsletter as HTML 
>> > and
>> > send it via this program.
>> >
>> > I've tried saving the .PUB file as a single file web page (.mht file),
>> > then
>> > I open that file in my browser, view source, copy and paste the HTML 
>> > code
>> > into my mailing list program and send it as an HTML email. However, 
>> > when
>> > it
>> > is received in email, it is missing its pictures. Is there some way to
>> > replicate what Publisher is doing when it sends the file as an HTML 
>> > email
>> > so
>> > that I don't lose my pictures?
>> >
>> > thanks,
>> > Luann
>>
>>
>> 


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jl_paules1 (1069)
7/9/2005 11:10:57 PM
The third party software manages my mailing list. It collects emails that 
people opt-in with via a subscribe button on my web site, and also allows 
them to unsubscribe. The workaround I've been using is to copy all of the 
email addresses out of the mailing list software and use them in Publisher 
and mail out of Publisher. But I was hoping to go the other way around so I 
could mail out of the mailing list program with one click so that each 
recipient gets their own message with themselves on the To line.

"JoAnn Paules [MSFT MVP]" wrote:

> Then why can't you just send it as an email from Publisher? I guess I don't 
> understand why you want to use a third party software.
> 
> -- 
> 
> JoAnn Paules
> MVP Microsoft [Publisher]
> 
> 
> 
> "LuannV" <LuannV@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message 
> news:C93ED900-8908-4839-9E21-7C07A83FCC8B@microsoft.com...
> > Thanks, but I don't want an attachment. I just want it to look like it 
> > does
> > when sent as a message right out of publisher, and how the .mht looks when
> > viewed in the browser. While the HTML I'm pasting is indeed quite ugly, it
> > would work if i could get the graphics to remain visible.
> >
> > "JoAnn Paules [MSFT MVP]" wrote:
> >
> >> Publisher doesn't do a simple, clean HTML. I'd suggest sending it as a 
> >> .pdf
> >> attachment.
> >>
> >> -- 
> >>
> >> JoAnn Paules
> >> MVP Microsoft [Publisher]
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> "LuannV" <LuannV@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> news:CB254928-DCF6-478C-8431-98EDC782178C@microsoft.com...
> >> >I can successfully create my newsletter in Publisher, choose to email it 
> >> >as
> >> >a
> >> > message, and it shows up perfectly in an email message. But now I have
> >> > purchased an email program that allows me to paste in HTML to send to a
> >> > large
> >> > distribution list of subscribers. I want to copy my newsletter as HTML 
> >> > and
> >> > send it via this program.
> >> >
> >> > I've tried saving the .PUB file as a single file web page (.mht file),
> >> > then
> >> > I open that file in my browser, view source, copy and paste the HTML 
> >> > code
> >> > into my mailing list program and send it as an HTML email. However, 
> >> > when
> >> > it
> >> > is received in email, it is missing its pictures. Is there some way to
> >> > replicate what Publisher is doing when it sends the file as an HTML 
> >> > email
> >> > so
> >> > that I don't lose my pictures?
> >> >
> >> > thanks,
> >> > Luann
> >>
> >>
> >> 
> 
> 
> 
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LuannV (4)
7/9/2005 11:19:02 PM
Ahhhhhhhh, I see. I just sent out a mass mailing to 900+ members. I needed 
something manageable so I broke my mailing list down into 26 groups - 
alphabetical by the first letter in their email addresses. I used the BCC 
option so that I wasn't passing along everyone's email address to everyone 
else. I despise spam so I do the best I can to protect our member from 
anything I can.

-- 

JoAnn Paules
MVP Microsoft [Publisher]



"LuannV" <LuannV@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message 
news:EE4891D9-9307-4404-BFAB-7405EF964CF5@microsoft.com...
> The third party software manages my mailing list. It collects emails that
> people opt-in with via a subscribe button on my web site, and also allows
> them to unsubscribe. The workaround I've been using is to copy all of the
> email addresses out of the mailing list software and use them in Publisher
> and mail out of Publisher. But I was hoping to go the other way around so 
> I
> could mail out of the mailing list program with one click so that each
> recipient gets their own message with themselves on the To line.
>
> "JoAnn Paules [MSFT MVP]" wrote:
>
>> Then why can't you just send it as an email from Publisher? I guess I 
>> don't
>> understand why you want to use a third party software.
>>
>> -- 
>>
>> JoAnn Paules
>> MVP Microsoft [Publisher]
>>
>>
>>
>> "LuannV" <LuannV@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:C93ED900-8908-4839-9E21-7C07A83FCC8B@microsoft.com...
>> > Thanks, but I don't want an attachment. I just want it to look like it
>> > does
>> > when sent as a message right out of publisher, and how the .mht looks 
>> > when
>> > viewed in the browser. While the HTML I'm pasting is indeed quite ugly, 
>> > it
>> > would work if i could get the graphics to remain visible.
>> >
>> > "JoAnn Paules [MSFT MVP]" wrote:
>> >
>> >> Publisher doesn't do a simple, clean HTML. I'd suggest sending it as a
>> >> .pdf
>> >> attachment.
>> >>
>> >> -- 
>> >>
>> >> JoAnn Paules
>> >> MVP Microsoft [Publisher]
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> "LuannV" <LuannV@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> >> news:CB254928-DCF6-478C-8431-98EDC782178C@microsoft.com...
>> >> >I can successfully create my newsletter in Publisher, choose to email 
>> >> >it
>> >> >as
>> >> >a
>> >> > message, and it shows up perfectly in an email message. But now I 
>> >> > have
>> >> > purchased an email program that allows me to paste in HTML to send 
>> >> > to a
>> >> > large
>> >> > distribution list of subscribers. I want to copy my newsletter as 
>> >> > HTML
>> >> > and
>> >> > send it via this program.
>> >> >
>> >> > I've tried saving the .PUB file as a single file web page (.mht 
>> >> > file),
>> >> > then
>> >> > I open that file in my browser, view source, copy and paste the HTML
>> >> > code
>> >> > into my mailing list program and send it as an HTML email. However,
>> >> > when
>> >> > it
>> >> > is received in email, it is missing its pictures. Is there some way 
>> >> > to
>> >> > replicate what Publisher is doing when it sends the file as an HTML
>> >> > email
>> >> > so
>> >> > that I don't lose my pictures?
>> >> >
>> >> > thanks,
>> >> > Luann
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>>
>>
>> 


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jl_paules1 (1069)
7/9/2005 11:50:52 PM
An image is a physical entity that html can only link to. Then when the html 
is rendered the image is loaded from it's source. An mht file embeds the 
images into the mht file so they are available to the html. Same thing with 
the Outlook email output. The images are included in the msg file. In your 
case where you are grabbing the html you need to provide a source for the 
images. That means you load the images to a web server and then you make the 
image urls in the html point to their address on the server. Then when the 
recipient gets the email the html will look to the server for the images to 
load. If you are a user of Outlook 2003 then you should already know this. 
It will not load images of an html email without your explicit permission. 
That's to protect you from unwittingly connecting to a untrusted web server. 
That addresses your question. But
I suggest you just bcc to a distribution list as JP stated.

David Bartosik - [MSFT MVP]
http://www.publishermvps.com
http://www.davidbartosik.com

"LuannV" <LuannV@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message 
news:CB254928-DCF6-478C-8431-98EDC782178C@microsoft.com...
>I can successfully create my newsletter in Publisher, choose to email it as 
>a
> message, and it shows up perfectly in an email message. But now I have
> purchased an email program that allows me to paste in HTML to send to a 
> large
> distribution list of subscribers. I want to copy my newsletter as HTML and
> send it via this program.
>
> I've tried saving the .PUB file as a single file web page (.mht file), 
> then
> I open that file in my browser, view source, copy and paste the HTML code
> into my mailing list program and send it as an HTML email. However, when 
> it
> is received in email, it is missing its pictures. Is there some way to
> replicate what Publisher is doing when it sends the file as an HTML email 
> so
> that I don't lose my pictures?
>
> thanks,
> Luann 


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7/10/2005 12:07:44 AM
The easiest way is to use Outlook Express (not Outlook) to create your =
email. Outlook Express sorta embeds the images in the email...Outlook =
doesn't - you'd need to reference the images stored somewhere on the =
web, or send as an attachment.


"LuannV" <LuannV@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message =
news:EE4891D9-9307-4404-BFAB-7405EF964CF5@microsoft.com...
| The third party software manages my mailing list. It collects emails =
that=20
| people opt-in with via a subscribe button on my web site, and also =
allows=20
| them to unsubscribe. The workaround I've been using is to copy all of =
the=20
| email addresses out of the mailing list software and use them in =
Publisher=20
| and mail out of Publisher. But I was hoping to go the other way around =
so I=20
| could mail out of the mailing list program with one click so that each =

| recipient gets their own message with themselves on the To line.
|=20
| "JoAnn Paules [MSFT MVP]" wrote:
|=20
| > Then why can't you just send it as an email from Publisher? I guess =
I don't=20
| > understand why you want to use a third party software.
| >=20
| > --=20
| >=20
| > JoAnn Paules
| > MVP Microsoft [Publisher]
| >=20
| >=20
| >=20
| > "LuannV" <LuannV@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message=20
| > news:C93ED900-8908-4839-9E21-7C07A83FCC8B@microsoft.com...
| > > Thanks, but I don't want an attachment. I just want it to look =
like it=20
| > > does
| > > when sent as a message right out of publisher, and how the .mht =
looks when
| > > viewed in the browser. While the HTML I'm pasting is indeed quite =
ugly, it
| > > would work if i could get the graphics to remain visible.
| > >
| > > "JoAnn Paules [MSFT MVP]" wrote:
| > >
| > >> Publisher doesn't do a simple, clean HTML. I'd suggest sending it =
as a=20
| > >> .pdf
| > >> attachment.
| > >>
| > >> --=20
| > >>
| > >> JoAnn Paules
| > >> MVP Microsoft [Publisher]
| > >>
| > >>
| > >>
| > >> "LuannV" <LuannV@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
| > >> news:CB254928-DCF6-478C-8431-98EDC782178C@microsoft.com...
| > >> >I can successfully create my newsletter in Publisher, choose to =
email it=20
| > >> >as
| > >> >a
| > >> > message, and it shows up perfectly in an email message. But now =
I have
| > >> > purchased an email program that allows me to paste in HTML to =
send to a
| > >> > large
| > >> > distribution list of subscribers. I want to copy my newsletter =
as HTML=20
| > >> > and
| > >> > send it via this program.
| > >> >
| > >> > I've tried saving the .PUB file as a single file web page (.mht =
file),
| > >> > then
| > >> > I open that file in my browser, view source, copy and paste the =
HTML=20
| > >> > code
| > >> > into my mailing list program and send it as an HTML email. =
However,=20
| > >> > when
| > >> > it
| > >> > is received in email, it is missing its pictures. Is there some =
way to
| > >> > replicate what Publisher is doing when it sends the file as an =
HTML=20
| > >> > email
| > >> > so
| > >> > that I don't lose my pictures?
| > >> >
| > >> > thanks,
| > >> > Luann
| > >>
| > >>
| > >>=20
| >=20
| >=20
| >
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webmaster911 (1600)
7/10/2005 2:54:11 PM
Yah, but...if you use Outlook Express it will embed the images. What I =
usually do (because I use Outlook Express only for ngs) is I compose the =
html email in Outlook Express (you can just copy/paste the newletter =
into the body)..I send to myself and retrieve it with Outlook and save =
it as a Draft and then send it out from there - I do this cause my OE =
doesn't have anyone in its address book...but you can just as well use =
OE for the whole process.


"David Bartosik [MSFT MVP]" <dbartosik@communities.nospam.com> wrote in =
message news:u$RljNOhFHA.328@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
| An image is a physical entity that html can only link to. Then when =
the html=20
| is rendered the image is loaded from it's source. An mht file embeds =
the=20
| images into the mht file so they are available to the html. Same thing =
with=20
| the Outlook email output. The images are included in the msg file. In =
your=20
| case where you are grabbing the html you need to provide a source for =
the=20
| images. That means you load the images to a web server and then you =
make the=20
| image urls in the html point to their address on the server. Then when =
the=20
| recipient gets the email the html will look to the server for the =
images to=20
| load. If you are a user of Outlook 2003 then you should already know =
this.=20
| It will not load images of an html email without your explicit =
permission.=20
| That's to protect you from unwittingly connecting to a untrusted web =
server.=20
| That addresses your question. But
| I suggest you just bcc to a distribution list as JP stated.
|=20
| David Bartosik - [MSFT MVP]
| http://www.publishermvps.com
| http://www.davidbartosik.com
|=20
| "LuannV" <LuannV@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message=20
| news:CB254928-DCF6-478C-8431-98EDC782178C@microsoft.com...
| >I can successfully create my newsletter in Publisher, choose to email =
it as=20
| >a
| > message, and it shows up perfectly in an email message. But now I =
have
| > purchased an email program that allows me to paste in HTML to send =
to a=20
| > large
| > distribution list of subscribers. I want to copy my newsletter as =
HTML and
| > send it via this program.
| >
| > I've tried saving the .PUB file as a single file web page (.mht =
file),=20
| > then
| > I open that file in my browser, view source, copy and paste the HTML =
code
| > into my mailing list program and send it as an HTML email. However, =
when=20
| > it
| > is received in email, it is missing its pictures. Is there some way =
to
| > replicate what Publisher is doing when it sends the file as an HTML =
email=20
| > so
| > that I don't lose my pictures?
| >
| > thanks,
| > Luann=20
|=20
| 
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webmaster911 (1600)
7/10/2005 3:08:12 PM
Thanks for all the good ideas. I think I concluded yesterday that the best 
option would probably be to post the images on my web site and link to them 
that way if I want to send an HTML newsletter message. I'm still curious how 
Publisher does this successfully, though. Perhaps it makes a JPG of the 
publication, but then puts links on it as a sort of image map, since the 
hyperlinked text seems to work properly (?). Mysterious...

(For this third party mailing list management software I'm using, it doesn't 
use an email program, so choosing between Outlook and Outlook express is moot 
in this case.)

thanks,
Luann

"Rob Giordano (Crash Gordon®)" wrote:

> Yah, but...if you use Outlook Express it will embed the images. What I usually do (because I use Outlook Express only for ngs) is I compose the html email in Outlook Express (you can just copy/paste the newletter into the body)..I send to myself and retrieve it with Outlook and save it as a Draft and then send it out from there - I do this cause my OE doesn't have anyone in its address book...but you can just as well use OE for the whole process.
> 
> 
> "David Bartosik [MSFT MVP]" <dbartosik@communities.nospam.com> wrote in message news:u$RljNOhFHA.328@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
> | An image is a physical entity that html can only link to. Then when the html 
> | is rendered the image is loaded from it's source. An mht file embeds the 
> | images into the mht file so they are available to the html. Same thing with 
> | the Outlook email output. The images are included in the msg file. In your 
> | case where you are grabbing the html you need to provide a source for the 
> | images. That means you load the images to a web server and then you make the 
> | image urls in the html point to their address on the server. Then when the 
> | recipient gets the email the html will look to the server for the images to 
> | load. If you are a user of Outlook 2003 then you should already know this. 
> | It will not load images of an html email without your explicit permission. 
> | That's to protect you from unwittingly connecting to a untrusted web server. 
> | That addresses your question. But
> | I suggest you just bcc to a distribution list as JP stated.
> | 
> | David Bartosik - [MSFT MVP]
> | http://www.publishermvps.com
> | http://www.davidbartosik.com
> | 
> | "LuannV" <LuannV@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message 
> | news:CB254928-DCF6-478C-8431-98EDC782178C@microsoft.com...
> | >I can successfully create my newsletter in Publisher, choose to email it as 
> | >a
> | > message, and it shows up perfectly in an email message. But now I have
> | > purchased an email program that allows me to paste in HTML to send to a 
> | > large
> | > distribution list of subscribers. I want to copy my newsletter as HTML and
> | > send it via this program.
> | >
> | > I've tried saving the .PUB file as a single file web page (.mht file), 
> | > then
> | > I open that file in my browser, view source, copy and paste the HTML code
> | > into my mailing list program and send it as an HTML email. However, when 
> | > it
> | > is received in email, it is missing its pictures. Is there some way to
> | > replicate what Publisher is doing when it sends the file as an HTML email 
> | > so
> | > that I don't lose my pictures?
> | >
> | > thanks,
> | > Luann 
> | 
> | 
> 
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LuannV (4)
7/10/2005 10:41:02 PM
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I'm using Excel 2000 to build a contact list. Several of my contacts have more than one email address and I would prefer to put all email addresses for an individual in a single cell. When I do this, all email addresses default to the email hyperlink of the first email address in the cell. Is there a way to enter multiple email addresses in a single cell and have the hyperlinks correctly routed to the appropriate email address? TIA Keith not really. but you could cheat. Add a couple of rectangles in that cell. Cover one address with one rectangle and cover the other address wi...

Problem on sending emails
Hello. I have an asp.net, that sending emails. I have the following code : Dim mail As New MailMessage Dim smtp As New SmtpClient("my-site.org") smtp.Credentials = New NetworkCredential("admin@my-site.org", "myPassowrd") mail.From = New MailAddress("admin@my-site.org") mail.To.Add("support@my-site.org") mail.Subject = "Contact" mail.Body = "<html> <body>...</body> </html>> mail.IsBodyHtml = true smtp.Send(mail) Ev...

Emails not coming in to my Exchange sever 2003
I have an exchange 2003 server .Since this morning all emails sent to me from the outside are not comeing in .I am able to get internal email's.Any Help will be helpfull. can you telnet to your server on port 25 from the outside? check the incoming queue. Guy wrote: > I have an exchange 2003 server .Since this morning all emails sent to me > from the outside are not comeing in .I am able to get internal email's.Any > Help will be helpfull. What you want to do is verify all the services on Exchange are working correctly and nothing outragous on the eventvwr. If you ch...

html source code into Excel
Can anyone tell me how to (in VBA) get the source code for a web page into a string so that I can parse it? Note: I can't use a Query Table for this part as the data I need is imbedded into an href. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Paul ...

external application sending email through outlook
Ever since Security Patch for Outlook 2000, a popup dialog box appears stating that an external app is attempting to send email... yes/no.. etc. Is there a way to 'define' applications that are allowed to send email through the MAPI interface..?? More info here: http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/esecup.htm -- PATRICK REED [Outlook - MVP]~~~~~~ -Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) -Have you checked http://www.slipstick.com? -Please post your Outlook version! "Brent Morehouse" <brent_morehouse@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:01db01c3bb58$4132568...

550 5.7.1 error when others send email to us
We have Exchange 2003 and have two domains set up and they have been working fine for years. We recently added a third domain but senders to this domain get a "remote host said: 550 5.7.1. Unable to relay" when they send email to it. The new domain has been added under recipient policy and the mx records are correct. All our IT professionals have been scratching their heads over this one....please help! Go into your recipient policy and edit the new address. Make sure that the box is checked that states "This Exchange Organization is responsible for all mail deliver...

Stop email links from taking over open windows
This has been a frustration for me for years. How do you stop web links in emails from taking over open MS Explorer windows in Outlook 2000. I always have several windows open doing several things, (sometimes important) I can't click on email links from Outlook because it always takes over a open window rather than open a new one. Is there a way to change the preference to open links in a new window. My inbox fills up because I a reluctant to check email link news letters because it will take over a window I have open doing something else. Somebody please help!!!!!!!! Depen...

can't send messsages in window mail
I keep getting an error code (0x800cccD) and yet i can recieve mail in the sme ppage Please post the error message in its entirety. You can left click on it to highlight and then right click to copy and then paste it into this thread. -- Bruce Hagen MS-MVP [Mail] Imperial Beach, CA "Lonnie" <Lonnie@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:12CAB0C7-C8EE-4B3D-8099-23F52C9930C6@microsoft.com... >I keep getting an error code (0x800cccD) and yet i can recieve mail in >the > sme ppage I tried moving all mess...

Sort grouped unread email by date?
Outlook 2003. My unread email is grouped by folder. How can I get the mail in each folder to sort by date? I tried sorting by date, then folder, but the dates get scrambled after the folder sort. Thanks, Mich ...

Windows Mail is KILLING ME, and eating my email
Please Help!! I've searched many places and can't find a solution, so I'll enter it here for the braintrust. Yesterday, my email started acting up, emails disappearing. Incoming emails I can hear bing, and see in the inbox (number), but they will not appear on the main page to view. New emails have completely stopped showing up in my Inbox. My setting is for "SHOW ALL MESSAGES", so it is not hidden that way. The wierd thing is that if I change setting to "hide read or ignored messages" that is the only way to view my new messages. Once I switc...

can't send replies to msgs
Try to send a reply to a received message and computer freezes? Whats up? We'd need a lot more info to help you - version of Outlook, SP level, type of email account, how big is your PST file? anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com wrote: > Try to send a reply to a received message and computer > freezes? Whats up? ...

Enable Relay to external Emails
Hello In exchange 5.5 sp3 I have enabled to an AS\400 server to relay (it's IP address in routing restrictions) The problem that it's only sending to internal mail address and not to the outside of the domain why is thet ? Thanks What exactly have you specified in Routing Restrictions? Have you restarted IMC after making changes? Oren wrote: > Hello > > In exchange 5.5 sp3 I have enabled to an AS\400 server to > relay (it's IP address in routing restrictions) > The problem that it's only sending to internal mail > address and not to the outside of th...

Block <img src=> in html formatted emails in OL2000
Hi, I was wondering if it is possible to configure Outlook 2000 to stop the downloading of inline content in html emails in the same way that is done in Outlook 2003 (Block Image Downloading). We will be rolling out Outlook 2003 in the next 6 months but would like the ability NOW to prevent image dowloading. Is this possible by adding a reg key or something, or maybe an add in? Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks, Danny Russell No. "Danny Russell" <DannyRussell@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:BA0D9DE4-CCA2-47F4-89F2-7B88EEE6DC1A@microsoft.com.....

How do I stop getting multiple copies of an email?
One out of every 7 emails received from vendors ignores the placement rule and puts 3 to 7 copies of itself in 3 to 4 out of ten folders Use the option of "stop processing more rules" in your rules for those vendors and consider the placement in the order of your rules in the rules list. -- Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook] Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact. Due to the (insert latest virus name here) virus, all mail sent to my personal account will be deleted without reading. After furious head-scratching, Gregory at work asked this group: | One out o...

Send/Receive Groups problem
I have two Account Groups set up in Outlook 2003 with the same three email accounts in each.. In the first group, I have Unchecked the option "Include the selected account in this group" for one of the accounts. However, when I do a manual "Send and Receive for that group, it still sends and receives for the unchecked account. And yet the second group, which has the two accounts that are checked in the first group, unchecked, only sends and receives for the one account that IS checked, which is the one that is UNCHECKED in the first group. How come the first group doesn&#...

Moving Outlook Emails
I have setup an MSN email account on outlook I just want to know how I can get it to appear in the Inbox Folder. Outlook created a special folder called MSN-Inbox but I also have other email's that all automatically go to the main inbox. Please someone tell me how to set this up. MSN is now http mail and needs its own folder. You can move the messages manually from the MSN in-box to the folder of your choice. --� Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook] Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact. Due to the (insert latest virus name here) virus, all mail sent to my personal...

Outlook 2003 Suddenly not sending email with hyperlinks
I have been having trouble sending email (even to myself) that has a signature, or hyperlink in the message. It goes out of the outbox but is never received on the other end. I have tried sending to myself and never get it. If I remove the signature or hyperlink it might work or it might not. Any help out there? No telling who hasn't gotten my emails and I conduct some business through this. Very scary. Laurie "Laulow" <Laulow@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:5EE2562B-D1FD-404D-8231-230FF8B775C6@microsoft.com... >I have been havi...

Sending e-mail and mime
I recently downloaded all upgrades to my office 2000 Outlook. Since that time when I send e-mails it sends 2 or 3 of the same message all of which arrive as garbled messages. This does not happen in a staight text meassage only when there is an attachment (word, excel & acrobat etc). I have sent the same messages from Outlook Express and all is well. When they arrive there is a reference to "mime". Thanks John ...

Printing documents that are from links in emails
Is there a way to print out automaticly all documents associated with links in an email message instead of clicking on the link, going out to the website and printing the document manually. This would require the system to read the email link, go out to the www find the document and then print it out. Or is there a 3rd party software that can do this? Just looking for an easier way to do things. ...