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    Hi,

    When I receive e-mails from daughter’s school in my Outlook XP, I see them in a “raw” format. All the header info is exposed and any inline images or attachments appear as text (code) in the body of the e-mail.

    Both my wife and I receives the same e-mails. We both use Outlook XP SP3 and the same ISP and via the same router into our home. She is using Win XP and I have Win7. When my wife receives these e-mails, they are normal HTML.

    I’ve had a look at these e-mails via the ISP’s web log in and they appear normal out there.

    My feeling is that there is some “button” in Outlook that has inadvertently been flicked. This problem only started late January. Before that, e-mail that I received from school were normal. E-mails I receive from other sources are fine.

    It’s got me beat. Any ideas or suggestions? :?

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