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WLM and HTML again

K

Klauwaart

#1
Hi,
I was wondering if anyone in this group knows about a (3rd party?) plugin
that can be used with WLM to edit and send HTML messages.

Thanks in advance.
 
M
#2
Windows Live Mail is an email/newsgroup/rss reader...it can receive html
emails an send them. If you want an html editor look it up in Bing.

"Klauwaart" <admin@xxxxxx-flanders.org.uk> wrote in message
news:#d257NuLKHA.1232@xxxxxx

> Hi,
> I was wondering if anyone in this group knows about a (3rd party?) plugin
> that can be used with WLM to edit and send HTML messages.
>
> Thanks in advance.
 
M
#3
I replied to your message and now there is a duplicate. I'll reply with 2 at
the front of the message.
--
Michael

Windows 7 RC
IE 8
Windows Live Mail 2009 (latest)
Office 2007 (latest)


"Klauwaart" <admin@xxxxxx-flanders.org.uk> wrote in message
news:#d257NuLKHA.1232@xxxxxx

> Hi,
> I was wondering if anyone in this group knows about a (3rd party?) plugin
> that can be used with WLM to edit and send HTML messages.
>
> Thanks in advance.
 
K

Klauwaart

#4
Yes, I know, sorry about that.
It looked like my posts were not going through.
My apologies.


"MHL" <booyakasha at mac dot com> wrote in message
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> I replied to your message and now there is a duplicate. I'll reply with 2
> at the front of the message.
> --
> Michael
>
> Windows 7 RC
> IE 8
> Windows Live Mail 2009 (latest)
> Office 2007 (latest)
>
>
> "Klauwaart" <admin@xxxxxx-flanders.org.uk> wrote in message
> news:#d257NuLKHA.1232@xxxxxx

>> Hi,
>> I was wondering if anyone in this group knows about a (3rd party?) plugin
>> that can be used with WLM to edit and send HTML messages.
>>
>> Thanks in advance.
>
 
N

N. Miller

#5
On Sun, 6 Sep 2009 12:16:28 +0100, Klauwaart wrote:

> I was wondering if anyone in this group knows about a (3rd party?) plugin
> that can be used with WLM to edit and send HTML messages.
I don't send HTML email. If I wanted to, I think I'd try Notepad for
creating the HTML, and then a copy/paste to the Windows Live Mail message
compose window. It does look like there are a couple of options for adding
HTML code in the Windows Live Mail message compose window.

If you'd like them to return the function that MS Outlook Express had, there
is a "Send Feedback" option in the WLMail "Help" menus.

--
Norman
~Oh Lord, why have you come
~To Konnyu, with the Lion and the Drum