How to Always Send Plain Text to Certain Addresses in Outlook

Microsoft Outlook is a world-famous email service provider application that helps the users to send and receive emails on attaching files and guaranteeing them that their emails are sent to the desired recipient. Outlook provides the facility by which you can simply set a specific email address to prefer plain text. Microsoft Outlook will automatically transform all messages to these addresses to plain text only—regardless of the format you use to compose the message.

To ensure that Outlook sends emails in plain text to certain addresses follow these steps:

  1. Choose People or Contacts, in your Outlook’s navigation pane.
    1. You can also press Ctrl-3.
    2. In Outlook versions up to 2007, you can also Choose Go | Contacts from the menu.
  2. Ensure that Card or Business Card is selected under Current View on the Home ribbon.
  3. Locate and double-Tap the desired contact.
  4. Now double-Tap the email address that can receive plain text only in the top right section of the contact’s General tab.
    1. You may have to tap the down button next to the Email field to choose an alternate address.
    2. If you cannot open the dialog box with either the context menu or through double-Taping (with Outlook 2013 and Outlook 2016 in particular, where the # will open), see below.
  5. Ensure that Send Plain Text only is selected under Internet Format (or Internet format).
  6. Tap OK.
  7. Close the contact’s window.

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