Additional Lines in Outlook; Forwarded Emails Add White Spacing Between Blocks
The footer of our original emails ends up with two horizontal lines between content blocks when received in the latest version of Outlook--which half the world uses. A faint blue line and a thin white line.
It gets even worse when forwarding an email--white blocks are added between each block of content. It's a mess! The latter could possibly be solved by bringing back the Forward to a Friend button.
Does anyone out there have any workarounds since CC hasn't addressed this, at least in the two years I've been using CC.
Thank you for reaching out to us. We're very sorry that this has continued to be an ongoing issue for you. Since the issue is isolated to Outlook, we're continuing to work with Microsoft to resolve the coding problems.
Regarding forwards, ideally the email client will preserve the coding utilized for the originally-sent email, but some email clients drastically reinterpret the coding upon forwarding as it is technically now their coding creating the email.
The only guaranteed workaround for these issues at the moment is inserting a View As Webpage link. When your contacts click this link it will display the email in its absolute purest form, unadulterated by any email client's coding or IT firewalls.
I understand it's not the most ideal practice, but as this seems isolated to one type of email client and not to any specific email service provider, this is the most effective workaround available.
If you have any additional questions or concerns, feel free to reply to this thread and we would be happy to assist. Have a good evening!
William D Community & Social Media Support
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