Why does my newsletter look slightly different in different mail programs?
In a way, a newsletter is like a page on your website. By means of HTML and styling (css), all parts of the newsletter, such as the texts and photos, are presented in a beautiful way in your mail. An e-mail program is responsible for displaying the newsletter just like the browser displays your website page correctly. However, the technique that can be used to determine the layout of the newsletter is much more limited than a page of your website. To ensure that your newsletter appears in the mailbox as you intended, we have ensured that your newsletter is displayed optimally in the most commonly used mail programs. It is possible that certain margins differ slightly per e-mail program. This is not an incorrect representation but a different translation by the mail program used.
The most common mail programs with an optimal display of the newsletter:
Outlook 2010, 2013 and 2016
Windows Mail (Windows 8 and 10)
Windows Live Mail (Windows 7)
iOS (iPhone, iPad)