The key to this is to use plain text mode for sending email
From the headers, it looks like you are using Windows Mail 6, aka
Outlook Express (or a version of it).
Here's some info from Microsoft site - hope this helps.
To turn on plain text mode for sending new e-mail messages, follow these steps:
Start Outlook Express.
On the Tools menu, click Options.
On the Send tab, click Plain Text under Mail Sending Format.
On 4 December 2016 at 17:49, Andy <dmarc-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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I'm getting telephone calls telling me that people who are doing work for me
at the moment see black on black, in my email messages.
I think this is because, historically, I've selected High Contrast number 2.
But now I'm total and this no longer works for me.
I've got a number of sighted people doing work for me at the moment and
they are all saying that I'm sending black on black messages and they cannot
read important messages that I'm sending concerning day to day work, that
they are trying to complete.
I'm using JAWS16 with Windows mail.
Can anyone walk me through the steps to make my messages visuble to sighted
people please, as I'm beginning to look like incompetent, in front of the
people I need to motivate.
Very best wishes.
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