I did not think it was possible, but thought it was worth a shot.
RE: HTML newsletter, I am still staying with a text one. Many of my subscribers have complimented my newsletter because it is a very quick read. I personally used to subscribe to a few HTML newsletters and found the wait for download to be very irritating. In fact, with all of the banners, flashing light, etc. on the web, sometimes a simple text email is fine with me. I still believe that many people want their emails nice and quick, but we shall see
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One problem in most email newsletters that I receive is where the writer has used more than 65 (or so) characters per line, so the email has a full line of text, then two words on the next, then another full line etc.
I get this from companies big and small.
Solution: use 65 characters or less per line; write the newsletter in Notepad (that's what I do); test send the email to a couple of different addresses (your own) to see how it will look to the receiver.
I use this approach in my newsletter and each one looks good.
I would also like to add that I think text looks better when it is cut off at about 65 characters. It might just be me, but I don't like to recieve plain text e-mails that stretch all the way across 1280 pixels on my screen. It's kind of annoynig when I have to shrink the window to make it readable.