Help for Juno Mail Users
We have two alternate ways for you to use email stationery. Both were submitted by Juno users. Feel free to send us any feedback on this!
Sending From Browser:
Our friends from Arizona offer this alternate way to send stationery using Juno
mail: While on a preview page of any stationery, do this:
In your browser, click File, then Send. Choose Send Webpage by Email and this will open the page in a Juno write page. Clear any extraneous printing on the page (download instructions, etc.) and then type your message.. send! It will be scrolling and your margins will be set nicely.
Here is how to use stationery as a background in your Juno Mail. It won't be scrolling, but you will be able to enjoy the lovely backgrounds in your mail. Your other option is to obtain a free Hotmail account and set it up in Outlook Express if you want the stationery to be srcrolling and playing music. Also, a Juno user wrote with yet another idea. Click Here to see if this submitted suggestion will work for you.
To send CloudEight stationery or Quick Notes, using Juno:
(Some of these instructions were obtained from the Juno Help Page)
A. Inserting a background image into a message
- Click C
- Click Program Files Folder
- Click Common Files folder
- Click Microsoft Shared
- Click Stationery folder
- Choose the JPG (picture) that you want to use as a background. Do not choose "htm" file.
- Select the Use this image as the message's background check box
- Click Preview Image to view the image before you insert the image
- Click OK
B. Increasing an indent so your typing does not cover the picture
C. Changing text color
You can change the text color in HTML e-mail messages you compose. You can select from 48 predefined colors, or create custom colors. This is handy if you choose a background with a dark color background so that you can read the text nicely.
To change the text color in the message you are composing:
Note: Look for the jpg image that you want - it won't say Cloud Eight so you have to know the name of the stationery. Be sure to click on the jpg image file because the htm file won't work.
Tip: Since it does not matter what directory the
stationery jpgs are in, you can go to the default directory where our stationery extracts
to, at C:\program files\common files\microsoft shared\stationery, and move or copy any of
the jpg files to a folder that you create for ease in locating for use in your Juno mail.
Idea submitted by a Juno User (Note: Since we do not use Juno we cannot test this; you are welcome to give it a try though!)
"Tell your Juno users to open the stationery they wish to use, click on File,
Send, and then click send page by e-mail. Then they have the scrolling and the music.
It might be an extra step, but your stationery is so beautiful it is well worth it.