I need to be able to make HTML custom emails with div tags, formatting, and such, and I need to be able to send it with Outlook 2010.
How is this possible?
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Here is the solution for Outlook 2010/2013, without any plug-in but with Notepad++:
Beware that not using a
.html extension, such as
.txt, might create a new email with an attachment, rather than a new HTML formatted message.
I'm running Outlook 2007, not 2010, but the instructions here worked for me:
Save the File as an HTML file,
Create a new message in Outlook 07 and go to Insert > and click on the Attach File (Paperclip Icon) Your browser will pop up, When you select the HTML file the INSERT button to the bottom right will activate - but to the right of the button there will be a down arrow, click on that, and you will see two options - INSERT and INSERT AS TEXT - CHOOSE INSERT AS TEXT - and your HTML will appear within the Email box !
Be aware that the HTML Outlook generates is at least as ugly as any of the auto-generated stuff from any Microsoft application.
You can install HTML Code Editor for Outlook.
You can download a installer on download tab. It'll allow you to import HTML file or edit HTML source code of your e-mail.