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    Question Can I set default formatting for emails as html?

    When I click replay or when I try to compose a new email, the default formatting is plain text. Every time I have to change it in html. I know that text is safer but I prefer html. Is there any way to change this as default setting?

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    Hi,

    you have to go to 'Preferences' tab in your ZD, choose 'Composing' option and in 'composing messages' select 'Compose: as HTML', then click 'save'.

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    Last edited by gvillari; 02-03-2011 at 05:32 AM.

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    It works, thank you very much. Problem solved!

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    Glad to be helpful!

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    How can I set this as an administrator policy? I would like to apply HTML as a default for all users on the same COS.

    regards,
    Everson

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    I forgot to say, im using Zimbra 7.1.4 version.

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