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  1. NotThe1YerLookN4

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    So whenever coworkers send me an email with a table or a chart image in it I cant see it. I am the only person at my office whose "smart" phone does this.

    Any insight into this?
     

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    mail\menu\more\settings\send&receive\message format\HTML

    didn't you rtfm?
     
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    That option is grayed out.

    And yes my phone is rooted and is running Evil Eris.
     
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    Try posting in a Dev forum since you are running a modified Eris.
     
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    It has been like this since I bought the phone.
    What forum do you suggest?
     
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    What version of Exchange is your company running.
     
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    I don't know off hand and would bet it would take a while to find that out and I can't make them change it anyway. Plus, what should that matter when every other person in my office with an iPhone, Blackberry, or Palm is sending and receiving HTML mail on their phones and I am not on my Droid Eris?
     
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    From our Email Admin, "We are on Exchange 2003. We should be migrating to 2007 by end of August."
     

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