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outlook rendering html emails incorrectly

Thread began 6/02/2010 7:17 am by ijs174940 | Last modified 6/02/2010 2:55 pm by ijs174940 | 960 views | 3 replies

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outlook rendering html emails incorrectly

I recently started to update the some of my sites to include email made with v3 to v4 and so far the update has been a lot easier to do but I have hit one minor snag. Some of the emails contain a html based button example...

<input type="button" name="linktoaccount" id="linktoaccount" value="Button" onclick="#code to link here#"/>

but in the final email the button is not being rendered instead I just get

[Button]

This worked fine in v3, is this a bug or limitation of v4 and if so are there any other items that will not render correctly?

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