Make sure the email is sent using the proper mime type, meaning text/html and not text/plain. You might also investigate multipart/mixed if you want to send text and html in one msg. As for using CSS in HTML Email, here's a useful link: http://css-discuss.incutio.com/?page=StyleInEmail Pete Gregory Wostrel wrote: > OK, I know that we just had a post about HTML email that I eagerly read, > thinking "what timing!). > > But here is my problem: I understand the pros and cons, heard the > arguments, but my client wants to send them to people who have agreed to > receive them - I have not a clue how to actually send them! I remember > someone telling me once that I could send them with Netscape or Outlook > and so on. But I want to build the page in BBEdit (or the like) and then > send it. So I need an answer, please, about this most basic part. I have > searched on Google, looked on Evolt, alistapart, webmonkey, no > specifics, lots of "tips". > > Can you help?