Thanks for your response Gordon. I am coming to this forum realizing fully
that Outlook is not part of Vista...The following is copy of first and last
posts from Outlook group...Anybody out there know how to resolve this?
Initial Post June 2007
The problem occurs on messages that are sent to me with ONLY "BCC" addresses.
When I receive the message on my Outlook 2003/XP machine, the TO field shows
"undisclosed recipients", and the message displays correctly. The same
message on the Outlook 2003/Vista HP machine has the TO field empty, and the
message is displayed uninterpreted (with HTML codes showing for HTML
messages, etc.), and with all of the headers displayed.
This is a MAJOR problem with attachments since they come thru inline with
the text, and in an uninterpreted maner that makes it impossible to
Latest Response 3/26/08
The latest news from my contact at Microsoft said that because the Outlook
team can't reproduce the problem when using Outlook as both the sending
client and the receiving client, that it's not a problem and they closed the
bug report. My contact is upset by that stance and has reopened the issue.
> "nancyn" <nancyn@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> > Since I began using Vista, I'm having some conflicts with some email using
> > my
> > Outlook 2003 sp3. It only happens with certain people, but the email
> > looks
> > like jibberish and I can't see pictures. It may involve email sent to
> > multiple people. Any suggestions?
> yes - post in an Outlook group. Outlook is NOT part of Vista....
> news://msnews.microsoft.com/microsof...utlook.general is a good