default file format for saving messages



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default file format for saving messages

Postby Um9kb2xmbw » Wed, 22 Sep 2004 12:15:04 GMT

I need to change the default file format for saving messages (save as type). 
I always want to save my messages in "Outlook message format". I have already 
changed it in Tools- Options-Other-Advanced options- and selected "Use 
unicode message format when saving messages". It alwats comes up as either 
HTML or "text only". Is there a way to change it in the registry? Please 

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I my saving message in my inbox using "File->Save As" menu.
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