Microsoft Outlook 2000 Overlapping Signature
The right column is right aligned as you suggested previously. michaël Luis arrrrgg !!Like I know that it is very hard to have a universale html template, I have created a template just using tables, and tables in tables, and tables…I Geoff Phillips23 April 2013, 9:29 @jkeene1866, I'm afraid not, but it does seem like you correctly identified the source of the problem. I discovered that if I made the two columns into two actual columns in a single table, Outlook stopped inserting ridiculous page breaks. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/microsoft-outlook-2000-overlapping-signature.237084/
Patrick McKern Folks, one thing I have not seen here, as far as I can tell, is a solution that will work for non-coding clients using a template that we've built Naming the id is key, where you should avoid using an actual word such as "FIX" or "Outlook". Enter your email address to reset your password Already have a Litmus login? Its also been driving me nuts.
- Advertisement brent-eagle Thread Starter Joined: Jun 8, 2004 Messages: 4 when I send an email through Microsoft Outlook 2000, the recipient receives the message overlapped by my signature and they cannot
- This is problematic, since the wrapper table will grow infinitely tall, triggering the page break bug.
- Michelle Klann13 March 2012, 8:44 Sam, Not that I know of, if I where you, I would try slicing that image to three images with a max height of 1790px each.
Have they declared war on email marketing? Any links to screenshots of what the email should look like and how it is rendering? No, create an account now. Press Shift+Enter twice at the end of a paragraph, rather than pressing Enter twice.
Whenever I try to Insert the picture in the email body, Outlook automatically resizes it to about 56% of its size. Do they still frown on it? Quisque at lectus et arcu scelerisque finibus. http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/37409-Adding-Signature-(Outlook-2000) Travis Doh, my tags didn't come through.
You do this by saving as an html file and then choosing "Open With" Word. Once done, simply 'Update' the template and all should be well.
Sorry about this trouble, if there's anything else we can do to assist, don't hesitate to let us know about In fact, I was really hoping to find a document specific property in the HTML output because that might have led way a possible hack. Ros Hodgekiss Hi Chris, thank you so much for sharing this!
The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. You can extend this technique to your everyday HTML messages, whether you compose them with WordMail or the built-in editor in Outlook 2000 and Outlook 98. This change effects not just current mails that we can adjust for, but also previous emails that were perfectly fine a month ago now have to be rebuilt, retested and reintegrated. jkeene186623 April 2013, 8:16 @Geoff, Thanks for your help on this.
More recent versions of Outlook (2007-2013) have considerably less support for HTML and CSS and include a number of bugs to keep in mind. check my blog If you are running into this issue, hopefully this article will provide you with some useful work-a-rounds. i have tried : display : inline and block; or valign="top" or bottom; nothing happened the same render error. Gandhimathy S19 January 2012, 2:50 We are also having the same unwanted space issue.Can you please review my code?
Thanks! Vedran18 December 2013, 2:08 My fix for this (after many hours of agony):