How can I get outlook emails to show properly on my iphone?

Microsoft Outlook 2010 software
March 17, 2018 at 21:12:01
Specs: Windows 10, x980/24GB
I want to compose an HTML formatted email (with code and images) using outlook 2010 to display properly on an iphone (6 or above). I've always noticed that whenever I embed an image into an email, it never shows up properly on my iPhone, but rather, it creates an attachment called winmail.dat. I can include an attachment if I switch to plain text formatting but that defeats the purpose of having an email with code and inline images.

What am I missing?


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#1
March 18, 2018 at 05:12:55
Very simple - - - the way you want it to work (attached images opening in the body of the message, requires HTML.

Having it purely as an attachment which must be opened to view it is much safer for the recipient anyway.

An attachment can be virus-checked before opening it.

If it opened automatically it might contain a virus and the recipient would not be very impressed with that!

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#2
December 30, 2019 at 19:34:43
The most dangerous device that can be used for tracking, eavesdropping, which gathers tons of your specific data such as login/passwords, emails and your contacts from your smart phone. – No matter who is the manufacturer and which mobile OS it is running on. It’s a fact to most people that one device has all the data on you – that is why we say modern smartphones are potentially very “dangerous” though they bring you great convenience at the same time. Such data includes your personal information, your current coordinates, your friends, even your company’s business data and so on.
Is there a way to prevent these ? Yes, the first option is to use the GSM and mobile internet jammer, which will help block the related frequencies and thus hide you for a short period. However, the drawback is that you won’t be able to make or receive a phone call. Then the second option is to avoid storing private and valuable data on your portable devices, smartphone or tablet. Both of those are going to cut the functionality of your device, but will surely prevent data leaks.

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