The Ultimate Guide to CSS
A complete breakdown of the CSS support for the most popular mobile, web and desktop email clients on the planet.Try it for free
Outlook 2000, 2002, and 2003 are part of Microsoft’s Office suites of the same years. These versions display emails using the version of Internet Explorer currently installed on the computer.
This run of Outlook versions was superseded by Outlook 2007, which replaced Internet Explorer with Word for displaying HTML emails.
Outlook 2000 tested with Internet Explorer 11 rendering on Windows 7.
Mostly supported, but unquoted font names containing line breaks don’t work.
Partial. Supports CSS2 values, but not CSS3.
Buggy. Text styled with
word-wrap: normal is clipped, instead of breaking out of container.
Partial. Slash syntax values are not supported.
Partial. Doesn’t support
Supports Microsoft’s proprietary
filter syntax, which has some overlaps with the standard property.
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