There is a per user etting floating around somewhere:
Change the message format to HTML, Rich Text, or plain text - Outlook - Office.com
might be set specificly for that user rather than globally.
I've got a client with a strange issue - from what I can see everywhere is outlook is set to send as HTML but for one particular email address its sending as RTF and the other end has a Mac which doesn't like the the RTF file and adds the Winmail.dat file as an attachment.
Under Options - Mail - its set to HTML - the end is set as HTML etc
Anybody any ideas?
New message sent to MAC or and message received from MAC then replied to?
Same issue for other addresses at that SMTP domain or just between these 2 users?
Exch 2007/2010 I assume, can you create a new message from Olk send a test message and setup pipeline tracing?
Before doing that, if another user sends to the MAC user, do they get the same issue.?
In that case, try outlook in safe mode
Try via OWA
And when you compose the message choose HTML or Plain Text.
1. On the mac you are using the mail app or what exactly ?
2. What version of the mail app ( whether it is mail or mozilla thunderbird etc ) and also what version of OS X ?
3. I presume both clients or all clients are on the same site so all internal, mail doesn't go external, it is all done on the exchange server locally ?
4. I presume there are no photocopiers or anything like that involved ( only ask as you mentioned getting a winmail.dat file ) ?
Last edited by mac_shinobi; 17th July 2012 at 05:38 PM.
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