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My company is in the process of upgrading the MS Office suite of software and my mail client went from Outlook 2003 to Outlook 2010 (yea - I know it's not the latest and greatest).
I frequently send output from Reportcaster as an inline message for small reports and it has worked relatively well. The output looks nice and rendered well on the Outlook 2003 client. HOWEVER, now that I'm using Outlook 2010 the WebFOCUS HTML output can range from annoying to HORRIBLE. The biggest problems seem to the the line-height, margins, or padding related to the tables.
I read that the Outlook 2010 client is using Word as the HTML engine as opposed to the IE engine in Outlook 2003 and in Micro$oft's infinite wisdom it shall remain so. I don't know that there is any way around this.
From the lack of chatter about this on the forum I suspect that everyone is NOT using the inline report option and attaching the output to the email instead. However, I'm wondering how others have dealt with this issue.
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We use Office 2010 and hence Outlook 2010. Using inline messaging and attaching output to email is a great deal of what we do. Most of our attachments are ECXEL output. We don't have a lot of HTML reports but we do have some and we haven't had any issue at all. The attached HTML reports are stylized with bolding, colors, underlining, etc.
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I agree withjg above. But you can turn Word off by selecting File, then Options. Near the bottom of the General tab is a checkbox to make Word your default. Uncheck that box (which should go back to the basic method) and see if that helps.
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Just to be clear - I am not attaching an HTML file. I am embedding it into the email message via the "Select one report as inline message" option on the distribution. Here is an example from both Outlook2003 and Outlook 2010. This is the same email message from the same inbox - only opened on two different Outlook clients. The line spacing and/or padding in the table is bad news on Outlook 2010.
I assume that I'm just SOL on this one.
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