A user posted this fix today on the Outlook forum. Thanks motoxer913 for sharing!
I finally found the resolution to this insanely annoying problem that exists in Exchange 2010 and Outlook 2011. Basically Exchange is converting all HTML email sent outside the domain to plain text for Outlook 2011 users. My exchange guy thinks this may have been caused during the upgrade from 2003 to 2010. But this powershell script run on Exchange will resolve . . .
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In Outlook 2011, signatures can be created via Outlook>Preferences. Click on the Signatures icon, and a new window will open.
Click on the plus (+) symbol in the lower left corner to create a new signature.
You can type your text into the signature pane on the right. Note that there is neither ribbon nor formatting toolbar here; any formatting will have to be done via the Format menu, which offers a number . . .
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If you don’t find a solution, post a question in Microsoft for Mac Product Forums
Before you report a problem
Make sure you are updated Restart your Mac Run Repair Permissions using Disk Utility Check to see if your question has already been answered. Look in Help (it’s under Help in the Menu Bar) or search OfficeforMacHelp.com for answers. If you still can’t find the answer then ask on the Microsoft for Mac Product Forums. . . .
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Christopher Breen’s Mac 911 Tip of the Week Those aging eyes explains how to use System Preferences to zoom the screen to help read text that’s too small. I would like to remind Entourage users that you can use command = (that’s the key with the plus sign) to enlarge text when needed. This works on an individual message only. Conversely, you can make the text smaller with command -.
Now when you receive an . . .
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