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  1. That's precisely why I've grown fond of "Rich Text Lite" fields. If you can manage to control what gets into a rich text field via the Notes client, you can actually make both sides more-or-less interoperable. Yes, it's going to tick off the Notes users a bit at first, but once they realise that the big bad browser won't eat their work anymore, they get over it. If you use RTLFs, you can manage formatted text, attachments, etc., individually and avoid browser-proof content altogether. "Dumbing it down", I believe, is what they call that strategy.

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