One of my most often used hacks is the dash hack or hack to prevent the Gmail iOS app from drastically increasing the font size for certain emails. The technique took advantage of the fact that Gmail doesn't support display:none.
You might have tuned in to Litmus' "industry changing" announcement at the Litmus Conference that they will begin collecting feedback and bug reports on Microsoft's behalf for the various Outlook email clients. It is so good to hear that Microsoft is taking
Its one of the least understood CSS styles in email and also one of the most quirky - especially when it comes to iOS. The iOS Mail toolbars will obscure fixed positioning elements set to the very edge and z-indexes don't work
Thunderbird supports checkboxes so it supports interactive email right? Well not so fast. The client behaves strangely when it comes to form elements. This article goes over what you need to know about form element support as well as ways to target
Ever since Google discontinued the native Android client, many users on Galaxy phones have turned to Samsung’s email client. This webkit based client – denoted with a red @ seal – comes with some quirks – the lack of absolute positioning a