You have to *selected it in a newly created email* and then open the Auto Correct dialog and tell it what you want that symbol to replace.” **** #3 – Check Display Email Content settings in Outlook. Here are some other ideas to consider: Update – March 6, 2017: My friend Robert Sparnaaij, MVP Outlook, contacted me and explained that this issue can happen for folks with versions of Windows that do not support system wide emojis.
How: File Automatic Download and ensure that “Don’t download pictures automatically in HTML e-mail messages or RSS items” is not checked. People that are affected by this issue can recreate the Auto Correct entries with the Wingdings font (as I suggested) or better yet use colorful images of their own.
In the Outlook Options dialog box of Outlook 20, please click Mail in the left pane, then click the Spelling and Autocorrect button in the Compose messages section. Click the OK buttons in the following dialog boxes to finish the whole settings.
someone who just received a CUMC email account, a new student, someone who recently changed their directory information) please use the steps below to synchronize your computer's locally cached version of the GAL.
You may like to have this turned on if you want to be able to recover messages that were lost while composing them.
It can create a privacy issue though as you may be unaware of the messages that get saved.
This may be due to high CPU usage caused by the Trend Micro Security program.
Click here for information and troubleshooting steps from Trend Micro.