Outlook Express has today started omitting the last line or two of (longer - but not huge-) messages we send. This is confirmed by the recipient and is visible when viewing the message in the "Sent Items" folder.
It may not be relevent, but the messages were in Cyrillic fonts (i.e. in Russian).
As stated a message can only as far as I know be seen if the font that it is sent in is also on the receiving computer. Try putting this font in the centre of a message, and see if it received, using standard fonts at the beginning, and the end of the message.
pauldonovan and Andsome: Thanks for these thoughts.
There has never previously been any problem with the recipients reading our emails, and even now the text they actually receive is fine. (Plus bear in mind that as the messages appear in our 'Sent Items' folder in their truncated form, it would seem that it is not a problem with the recipients' fonts - we see the same problem when viewing the messages on the same computer that sent them.)
Yes, we are sending in HTML format. We could try plain text, but what would the issue actually be - would this mean that we need to reload OE to get full functionality back?
pauldonovan - Thanks. We'll try this; if it works we can swap between HTML & plain for English messages. Mind you we might have the same problem with English messages (which would restrict us to plain text) as I have not sent any long emails in English lately, and it might be the length rather than the message that triggers the problem.
It would still be good to hear from anyone who has an inkling of what might be the original cause of this strange phenomenon. (If noone knows, I might go over to the Mozilla equivalent of OE, which I have heard is much better anyway.)