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Create custom backgrounds
06-29-2016, 01:29 AM (This post was last modified: 06-29-2016 01:30 AM by canalien.)
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Create custom backgrounds
I used to be able to insert and create a custom background in the original OE, but just work with this 'clone.' It will show as an attachment. Consequently, I have to stick with the normal choice of several solid color backgrounds....or no background.

Is there a fix for this?

I meant to say 'won't' work with this clone.
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06-29-2016, 02:28 AM (This post was last modified: 06-29-2016 02:31 AM by Rafail.)
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RE: Create custom backgrounds
First of all this is not clone. Is the the original oe from XP that has been edited to run on newer windows.
You can create backgrouds just like on XP, using same method to insert background pictures,sounds and stationery .

   

So there is no difference from XP one since it IS the Xp one.

Beside that, if the receiver does not see email background properly it has to do with receiver. Some mail prividers may not allow html emails fro security reasons and so on. An email that contains backgrounds, images or sounds inside email (Not as attachment) Is html email. In that case if receiver does not allow displaying html emails, will make all content as file attachents.

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06-29-2016, 03:07 AM
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RE: Create custom backgrounds
(06-29-2016 02:28 AM)Rafail Wrote:  First of all this is not clone. Is the the original oe from XP that has been edited to run on newer windows.
You can create backgrouds just like on XP, using same method to insert background pictures,sounds and stationery .



So there is no difference from XP one since it IS the Xp one.

Beside that, if the receiver does not see email background properly it has to do with receiver. Some mail prividers may not allow html emails fro security reasons and so on. An email that contains backgrounds, images or sounds inside email (Not as attachment) Is html email. In that case if receiver does not allow displaying html emails, will make all content as file attachents.
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