Re: Invisible stationery



Terry
07-09-2005, 11:19 PM
"robertVA" <robert_c72@notmail.net> wrote in message
news:uhEN%23TZVFHA.1040@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
> Terry wrote:
>
>> For the past month or so I have not been able to see my stationery. No
>> matter who makes it, it does not show up in the selection wizard or in
>> new mail being composed.
>>
>> It does show in the Preview pane but not in the Edit pane. I can also see
>> stationery on mail I have received from other people.
>>
>> Any ideas on why I can't see my own (on-board) stationery?
>>
>> It has been suggested that I re-install OE or all Of WinXPHomeSP2. I
>> tried that but because I have SP2 installed all the downloads avail from
>> MS won't work because I have a newer version installed.
>>
>> Feel free to answer me directly via talker2002@hotmail.com.
>>
>> TIA,
>> Terry
>
> I am SO tempted to tell you to leave well enough alone.
>
> Whoops! I think I just did.
>
> If you send plain text, you save your prudent contacts from scanning your
> HTML messages to make sure someone impersonating you isn't sending them
> something malicious. Plain text messages are more compact too. For your
> own safety you should deactivate the preview pane in your incoming mail
> folders. The preview gives malicious HTML messages all the oportunities to
> infect your machine that the full message window does. Note that the
> preview pane will not only display one of the incoming messages before you
> can interupting it, the preview pane will automaticly display another
> message as soon as you delete the message it is displaying.

Thanks but no thanks. I am aware of everything you included in your message
but it absolutely nothing to answer my dilemma. Apart from how you feel
about stationery please be aware that because of my problem I am aware there
is something wrong in my system. THAT is what is bothering me.

Terry

Kath Adams
07-09-2005, 11:19 PM
Terry wrote:
> "robertVA" <robert_c72@notmail.net> wrote in message
> news:uhEN%23TZVFHA.1040@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
>> Terry wrote:
>>
>>> For the past month or so I have not been able to see my stationery.
>>> No matter who makes it, it does not show up in the selection wizard
>>> or in new mail being composed.
>>>
>>> It does show in the Preview pane but not in the Edit pane. I can
>>> also see stationery on mail I have received from other people.
>>>
>>> Any ideas on why I can't see my own (on-board) stationery?
>>>
>>> It has been suggested that I re-install OE or all Of WinXPHomeSP2. I
>>> tried that but because I have SP2 installed all the downloads avail
>>> from MS won't work because I have a newer version installed.
>>>
>>> Feel free to answer me directly via talker2002@hotmail.com.
>>>
>>> TIA,
>>> Terry
>>
>> I am SO tempted to tell you to leave well enough alone.
>>
>> Whoops! I think I just did.
>>
>> If you send plain text, you save your prudent contacts from scanning
>> your HTML messages to make sure someone impersonating you isn't
>> sending them something malicious. Plain text messages are more
>> compact too. For your own safety you should deactivate the preview
>> pane in your incoming mail folders. The preview gives malicious HTML
>> messages all the oportunities to infect your machine that the full
>> message window does. Note that the preview pane will not only
>> display one of the incoming messages before you can interupting it,
>> the preview pane will automaticly display another message as soon as
>> you delete the message it is displaying.
>
> Thanks but no thanks. I am aware of everything you included in your
> message but it absolutely nothing to answer my dilemma. Apart from
> how you feel about stationery please be aware that because of my
> problem I am aware there is something wrong in my system. THAT is
> what is bothering me.
> Terry

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Kath Adams
MS MVP - Windows (IE/OE)


Re: Invisible stationery