=2E or =3D inserted into emails



Paul H
07-10-2005, 12:53 AM
Hi,

I have a Vaio laptop running XP, and I use Outlook. My outlook font
settings are all to Arial and i don't use word as the editor.

When I compose an email and send it the text is fine, but the recipient
gets the text in a different font, with =2E and =3D liberally sprinked
through it. On inspection it looks like where there should be a
fullstop or hyphen I get an =2E, but this isn't guaranteed.

Some emails work fine.

I use a vodafone 3G/GPRS card to connect most of the time.

Any ideas - its driving me crackers.

Thanks

Paul


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Thorsten Matzner
07-10-2005, 12:53 AM
Paul H <Paul.H.1q283a@> wrote:

>When I compose an email and send it the text is fine, but the recipient
>gets the text in a different font, with =2E and =3D liberally sprinked
>through it. On inspection it looks like where there should be a
>fullstop or hyphen I get an =2E, but this isn't guaranteed.

Turn off HTML mail format. Not all mail recipients can use this format
therefore you should not use it for private messages.

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=2E or =3D inserted into emails