HTML Email (Juno 4.0 and 5.0)
HTML email is email that has been saved in HTML format, which is the same format used by Web pages and so can include the same colors, fonts, and other special effects that appear on the Web. If your computer has Internet Explorer version 4.0 or higher installed, Juno 4.0 and 5.0 lets you read HTML mail as easily as standard mail.
Internet Explorer 4.0 or higher is typically included as part of Windows 98. You can also download the latest version of the program from Juno's Web site.
Note: you must be connected to the Web in order to view the images that appear in HTML messages. Instead of being downloaded onto your computer, these images are usually links to a Web site.If you aren't connected to the Web when viewing an HTML message,instead of the image you'll see a broken link icon.
Some HTML email will come with small files which may simply want to run a video or a sound, or which may contain a virus. By default, Juno will offer you the opportunity to cancel to execution of any programs that come with an HTML message before they run. If a message is not from a trusted source, you can cancel out of it without any harm done. If you would prefer simply not to open any files that come with HTML mail, or, conversely, to open these files without a warning, you can change these settings.
To review or change your HTML mail security setting:
- Go to the Options menu and select Email Options.
- Click HTML Email Preferences.
- Click Change Security Settings.
- By default, Juno is set to Medium (warn before running potentially damaging content).
- If you like, change the setting to be more or less secure.
- Click OK to save your changes or Cancel to discard them, and then Close and then OK to return to Juno.
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