Ok, I do have HTML checked, and also have checked the box for "Send pctures
with messages". There is not (strictly speaking) a box for "INCLUDE"
pictures in the SEND tab. It's also strange that I am not able to choose a
color for the fonts. I can do the other text characteristics like bold and
italic, but no colors other than black.
"mikeyhsd" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
make sure under SEND tab you have selected HTML.
and also under there the INCLUDE pictures option. email@example.com
"John Hanley" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
Have had Vista Windows Mail running for a couple of days. Composed a
message two days ago, using one of the stationery choices, and it worked
fine. When composing today, none of the default stationery choices will
appear. Tools/Options/Compose/Stationery does show a stationery choice in
the box, however, none appears in the message. If I go to
Stationery/Select, none of the choices will show in the Preview window (with
the Show Preview box checked). In the Compose window, Format/Apply
Stationery choices have no result. Also, Format/Background/Color choices
have no result. Not sure what I may have done to cancel out the stationery
choices. Curiouser and curiouser: no color fonts will work in Windows Mail
Compose either. I have googled for this, but no joy yet. Any thoughts?