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On Sat, 17 Aug 2013 15:22:43 -0400
Kracked_P_P---webmaster <> wrote:

So, you can decide which font you wish to display any text that does
not have a font identifier built in, and you can define the font of
the text you are sending in your email, more than one if you choose.

Actually, that's only if you're sending html content. If you're sending
plain text, no you can't. And even if you're sending html, you should
also be sending plaintext alongside it, for people like me that are
(most of the time, unless I choose otherwise) reading the plaintext
version. If you don't I just see the plaintext with the html tags in
it. I choose what font it displays in, so no, you have absolutely no
control over what font I see things in, unless I switch to html view.

I'm sure you know all that, but I felt it was worth pointing out for
the poor people out there using things like Outlook who don't know any


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