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E-mail properties for contact addresses in Outlook 2010
Some people did not receive my attachments or received a winmail.dat file instead. I could solve this issue previously by changing the email properties of certain contacts from “Send using Outlook Rich Text Format” to “Let Outlook decide” or “Send Plain Text”.
Where is this option located in Outlook 2010?
This option has been moved to the new “Address Card” pop-up which you get when you hover on an e-mail address or name which has been recognized as a Smart Tag.
To get to the Outlook Properties option you can do the following;
The Outlook Properties option for the contact’s address is located on the new Contact Card.
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Locations of other message formatting options
You can find the other message formatting options mentioned in the original Quick Tip in the following locations;
File-> Options-> Mail-> option group: Compose Messages-> option: Compose message in this format
File-> Options-> Mail-> option group: Message Format-> option: When sending messages in Rich Text format to Internet recipients
E-mail properties for contact addresses in Outlook 2010 | MSOutlook.info
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