I have created a document using MS Word. The document contains JPG images and some Rich Text (I put in a couple of Word tables). I then cut and paste from the Word document to an Outlook e-mail and send the e-mail to work (we have Lotus Notes at work).
When I open the e-mail at work in Lotus Notes it looks exactly like it should.
I then forwarded the message to myself at work (just to see if it would retain the formatting). It looked fine.
I then forwarded the message back to my home e-mail address. When I get it back home, two things have happened.
- The word tables have been converted from a Rich Text format into characters (+------+). This spaces it all over the place.
- The JPG images have been removed from the e-mail and added as attachments. Where the JPGs should be, I see the message "Embedded image moved to file: pic16512.jpg." All the JPGs also appear at the end of the e-mail. Of course, not in the right places or format.
My guess is this problem is related to your client. Make sure that in your location document, you are sending messages to Internet addresses in MIME format, not Notes Rich Text.
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