In addition to specifying how messages are encoded, you can also
set guidelines for using Exchange Rich Text Format (RTF), word
wrap, and automatic replies. The following options will apply to
the SMTP domain specified on the General tab.
On the Start menu, point to
Programs, point to Microsoft Exchange, and then click
Double-click Global Settings, and then click Internet
In the details pane, right-click a name, and then click
On the Advanced tab, to send all messages in RTF, select
Always Use. If you want to encode messages in MIME with
HTML, RTF is not supported. In this case select Never
To send text in the original format without forcing line
breaks, in Message text word wrap, select Never Use.
If your recipients have a limited area to display messages, or you
want to reformat line breaks so that text flows no further than a
specific column, select Use at column, and then type the
number of the column.
Select Allow out of office responses to notify the
sender that the recipient is out of the office.
Select Allow automatic replies to notify the sender that
the message was received.
Select Allow automatic forward to deliver a duplicate
message to a new recipient.
Select Allow delivery reports to allow senders in the
specified SMTP domain to receive delivery reports when they send
mail to your Exchange organization.
Select Allow non-delivery reports to allow senders in
the specified SMTP domain to receive NDRs from your Exchange organization.
To display the sender's name as it appears in the Address Book,
instead of the shortened alias name used to route the message,
select Preserve sender's display name on message.