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« on: 04. January 2015., 04:29:58 »
Hello,

I Am Still Using OUTLOOK 2003.

The Messages Zoom Comes In 5 Sizes, But MEDIUM Is Always The Default For A New Message.

Is There A Way To Make The LARGEST Size As The Default ?

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« on: 04. January 2015., 04:29:58 »




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Re: How to change the font size of the Outlook?
« Reply #1 on: 04. January 2015., 10:32:11 »
Hi,

as I remember, open Tools, then Options, after that choose Mail Format tab and then click on Fonts button... you'll find there variety options for messages, including for New ones. ;)

Is this what you're looking for?

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S.

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« Reply #2 on: 05. January 2015., 06:04:13 »
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I Have Previously Tested That Feature.

As Far As I Know, It Only Changes The Font Size For Basic Text Messages - Instead Of The Default Size 10, I Have Chosen Size 1(1), But I Could Go As Far As Size 72.

I Was Talking About Normal Newsletters, Because I Receive Dozens Every Single Day.

Thank You For Replying.

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Re: How to change the font size of the Outlook?
« Reply #3 on: 05. January 2015., 18:21:57 »
hmmm... well then, try to stop using Word as your email editor:

In Outlook, Click on the Tools menu, the Options item, and then click on the Mail Format tab. Now, make sure that both the check boxes that reference Microsoft Word are UNchecked. You’ll still be able to send and receive HTML and Rich Text email, but Outlook will use it’s own, faster and more lightweight editor instead of Word.

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use plain text messages, and stop sending HTML and Rich Text mail completely:

In Outlook, Click on the Tools menu, the Options item, and then click on the Mail Format tab. Make sure that the drop-down next to Compose in this message format: is set to Plain Text.

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« Reply #4 on: 06. January 2015., 12:26:37 »
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Sorry, I Was Not Talking About The Mails I Send, I Was Talking About The Mails I Receive.

I Will Post Those Screenshots As Soon As Possible.

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Re: OUTLOOK 2003.
« Reply #5 on: 06. January 2015., 18:04:48 »
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Sorry, I Was Not Talking About The Mails I Send, I Was Talking About The Mails I Receive.

I Will Post Those Screenshots As Soon As Possible.

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I think that you have somewhere "zoom option"... however, We'll continue this conversation after You provide screenshots.

Until that, I hope that our members will have some new ideas... ;)

cya later,

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« Reply #6 on: 07. January 2015., 11:39:57 »
@S

Sorry,

The Other Forum I Talked You About, Lets You Upload Images Directly Inside Your Posts.

How Do You Do It Here ?

Do You Have To Use A Third Site And Provide The Corresponding Links Here ?

As Promised, I Will Post Those Screenshots As Soon As Possible.

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Re: "Kris Barteo"
« Reply #7 on: 07. January 2015., 19:16:29 »
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How Do You Do It Here ?

Do You Have To Use A Third Site And Provide The Corresponding Links Here ?

...

Yes, you'll need to use some image-hosting service like "Photobucket", "Imageshack" or my favorite "Minus": http://scforum.info/index.php/topic,7458.0.html

... but it's very easy, simply upload image(s) on some image-hosting site, click on "Insert Image" button here:



... and in the middle of code (X):

Code: [Select]
[img]  X  [/img]
paste direct link (of the image).


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The Other Forum I Talked You About, Lets You Upload Images Directly Inside Your Posts.

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I know but this option is a Security risk and because of that it's disabled... here you have one example - "Kris Barteo" old hack: http://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?topic=314905.0

*Please inform Administrator(s) of the: http://www.f1chat.co.za  about this possible vulnerability.



P.S. (edited)

Also, these files are burdening server resources (storage, bandwidth etc.) without the needs.

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« Reply #8 on: 08. January 2015., 12:19:16 »
Whenever There Is A Problem, Users Report It.

In Terms Of Safety, I Do Not See The Difference, Action Must Be Taken, Anyway.

The Owner Of The Site Is A System Administrator In An ISP Company.

My Professional Area Is IT Too, But I Write Commercial Applications, Instead.

In A Few Days, I Will Use Your Advice.

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Re: OUTLOOK 2003.
« Reply #9 on: 08. January 2015., 18:17:18 »
Whenever There Is A Problem, Users Report It.

In Terms Of Safety, I Do Not See The Difference, Action Must Be Taken, Anyway.

...

Not necessarily, for the most of the hacks... crucial is possibility for Hackers to upload "something" on Hosting server.


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My Professional Area Is IT Too, But I Write Commercial Applications, Instead.

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That is great, Your knowledge & experience will be very valuable for our community. :thumbsup:

Also, I'm sure that you'll find a lot of interesting discussions around SCforum...

 

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