> Lola wrote:
>> Microsoft Outlook is my email program.
> I pity you for having to put up with that piece of crud.
>> I am sending out a promotional flyer with an audio background mp3. I
>> want my 10-second mp3 audio file that accompanies the fyer to
>> "automatically play" when the email is opened up by the person receiving
>> the email.
> If this is being sent out to the general public, they may be using a
> wide range of different mail programs, many of which may be quite
> incapable of "automatically" playing any sound files that might come in
> along with messages. This incapacity may be intentional on the part of
> recipients who don't want their eardrums assaulted by their e-mail.
Microsoft do not know the meaning of the word "obtrusive". That's why they
can't compete with Google, which stick to light-weight. That's also why
they are the victims of spyware, viruses, etc.
>> At this time, I can get the flyer to transfer to the email properly, but
>> the background won't play automatically when opened.
>> Here is the flyer: http://www.maxipriest.com/promoad.htm
> Yuck... In my browser (Mozilla Suite), at least, the text overlaps the
> title graphic in a way that makes it unreadable.
The text overlaps very badly and is illegible. I tested it under Firefox,
which renders pages as correctly as any other browser could.
Roy S. Schestowitz