If your users receive a great deal of table
data in their Internet mail, they probably want columns to line up
as the sender intended. Users could save the message and change the
font themselves, but this can be time-consuming if they must repeat
the process many times a day.
Changing all incoming mail to a fixed font is a
better solution, one that's easily done by an Exchange
administrator. If you're using Exchange 5.5, you can force all
Internet Mail Service inbound messages to use a fixed-width
Follow these steps:
- Open the
Exchange Administrator program.
- Navigate to
the Connections container for the site, and double-click the
Internet Mail Service object you wish to change.
- On the
Internet Mail tab, select the Convert Inbound Message To
Fixed-Width Font check box, and click OK.
- Stop and
restart the Microsoft Exchange Internet Mail Service.
Exchange will now display all incoming Internet
mail in a fixed-width Courier New font, allowing table columns in
your users' e-mail to line up properly.