Questions related to usage of webpage in outlook

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devi ganesan

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Outlook 2010 64 bit
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Hi,

i would like to create a newsletter, and i want the readers to view the "readmore" session as a webpage inside outlook, rather than redirecting the readers to the browser. is that possible in the outlook 2010?

Regards,
Devi ganesan
 

Diane Poremsky

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Outlook 2016 32 bit
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No, sorry, it's not possible to load a web page in outlook email. It might be possible to use CSS to hide blocks of text until a link is clicked, but your newsletter would need to include the entire article and whether it worked or not would depend on the email client each recipient used.
 
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