Your information is secure when you send emails. Email servers use highly secured channels for sending emails from one computer. Different encodings can also be used to send emails. You can send a plain text message to someone without using any formatting codes. These emails can be read in the same way as a text file on your computer.
HTML emails are different to text emails. HTML, as we all know, expands to ‘Hypertext Markup Language’, so HTML emails will look more like a webpage, with lots of graphics and styling. While the primary purpose of emailing others is to communicate your message, it can also have an impact on how they perceive it. SBCGlobal emails allow you to send email in plain text and HTML formats. You can also choose the format that you prefer.
HTML-formatted emails are often larger than plain text emails. This is because they include many formatting and color codes as well as other style information not found in plain text emails. Clear text emails will provide a faster response for low bandwidth users. These emails are also more common to contain pictures, which makes them even larger.
HTML emails offer many styling options, including embedded movies and images. A plain-text email cannot include any style.
The popularity of HTML in email messages increases their score in anti-spam programs such as spam killer. Additionally, HTML code is often checked by mail servers before being sent and could be flagged by the server administrator as a security risk.
Ask experts if you have any questions about how to send email messages to friends and colleagues in plain text or HTML format. For help with sending plain text and HTML emails in your SBCGlobal email account, you can contact email experts.
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