Like anything on the web, you’re bound to find more quirks, but following the guidelines here should get you 90% there.
I was curious about the blessing we give people to live till 120 years. Is that just a nice, very high number, or is that considered the upper limit?
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While Microsoft has been making great improvements on the web standards front in IE, they’ve been seemingly rolling backwards with HTML support in Outlook.
The good news is that you don’t need to spend a lot of money to make your web applications faster… if you know where to look!
There are three ways to test your emails: Sending it to yourself on a lot of different computers and clients, using a testing service like Litmus, and the ‘send page as email’ trick (Windows/IE only).
Mural does a lot of HTML email work for some of our bread and butter clients, and we literally have thousands of campaigns in our archive dating back many years, so we have a lot of experience testing for lots of different clients and learning the various techniques needed for each.
With Outlook 2007 we have our most challenging client, and in general if your email works well in Outlook it’s probably working well everywhere.
This will open a new Outlook email and insert the code faithfully into it.
Don’t trust the compose view though, send it to yourself, and then you can see how it will appear when it arrives.
For the 2007 version they switched from the IE rendering engine to the Word engine (apparently for security reasons), which is completely crippled compared to IE.