Senior Service Engineer, Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Service
Did you know that there’s a feature in Outlook that prefixes your name automatically when you reply inline like this?
When you reply to somebody and start replying inline, it automatically changes the font to a new color and prefixes it with [GrantH] or similar.
Open Outlook | Tools | Options | Mail Format | Signatures & Stationary..
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Yeah... but what bugs me is that in Outlook 2007, it makes the font/style of this prefix and the text you type identical. In Outlook 2003, it was much more sensible and made the prefix bold whilst keeping the reply text normal.