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Thread: VCL FOR PC WIN7: A question about outlook mail Subject color.


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VCL FOR PC WIN7: A question about outlook mail Subject color.  
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  Posted: Aug 18, 2015 6:15 PM
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MgeSend.Subject:='this is a test title';
How to set the Subject(this is a test title) color, for example, when mail server sends a mail to Joe, Joe receives an outlook mail, and Joe finds the color of Subject(this is a test title) is red.
So, how to set the subject color to make it red?
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Re: VCL FOR PC WIN7: A question about outlook mail Subject color.
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  Posted: Aug 18, 2015 7:33 PM   in response to: hots wally in response to: hots wally
hots wrote:

How to set the Subject(this is a test title) color

You cannot. It is jst plain text, it has no formatting.

for example, when mail server sends a mail to Joe, Joe receives
an outlook mail, and Joe finds the color of Subject(this is a test
title) is red.

That has nothing to do with the subject itself. More likely the mail reader
has been configured to color new messages red to make them stand out until
they have been read. Or maybe they are colored red if they are from a particular
sender. Or any number of other criteria. The point is, it is a feature
of the mail reader, not the email itself.

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