The render engine of Out look for Windows

Yifu Yf Xiao (肖逸夫) 0 Reputation points

I've encountered some issues when receiving email(the content is written by html and css) by Outlook for Windows. All content are renders well on Web/Mac Outlook except for Windows, some fonts are stripped and some strange space occurs.

Web/Mac: all fonts and layout space work fine

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Windows: fonts changed and space gets larger

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here is the key html code:

                                <ul style="margin: 0; padding-left: 1.5em;font-family: 'Noto Sans JP', Tahoma, sans-serif;">

May I know who can clarify the render engine of "Outlook for Windows", is there any difference between it from common browser's kernel?

Btw, I found some related article said that "Outlook 2007" uses Microsoft Word to render html content. Is it true and still running on "Outlook for Windows"?

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