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A Guide to CSS Support in Email

David Greiner just published the 2007 edition of his "Guide to CSS Support in Email" because quite a bit has changed since he posted the last version 12 months ago. The most significant of these changes was in the wrong direction, with Microsoft's recent decision to use the Word rendering engine instead of Internet Explorer in Outlook 2007.

But, he states, it hasn't all been doom and gloom: a number of vendors have maintained or improved their support for CSS, especially in the web-based email environment. The new Yahoo! Mail looks very promising and the old Hotmail will be making way for the new Windows Live Mail in the coming months.

Desktop based apps tend to move a little slower and not a great deal has changed on that front, but traditionally they've been the best performers anyway. This year he added Outlook 2007, the new Yahoo! Mail and Mozilla Thunderbird for the Mac to the test suite, and also noticed some subtle changes in others.

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