Are there any email apps on the Market that can render HTML emails instead of just displaying the text of the email? I know the GMail app can, but I want one that I can use to view HTML emails from my non-GMail accounts.
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Mail app that comes on all Android phones can accept HTML emails, I just tested it. Go to Settings > Accounts & Sync > Add account and then add your other email accounts. Once added and sync'd you should be able to view them by going to your apps screen and scrolling to mail.
Go to app's menu > More > Settings > Send and receive > set mail size limit to No limit.
Enabling No limit will allow the inbuilt email app to render the HTML in emails. This does not work for exchange account however, but it does fix the text issue on all POP and IMAP email accounts.
The native exchange client can't display HTML email if you use exchange server 2003. The client "touchdown" (from the market) can. This is a known bug.
I am getting a similar problem here on an SGS with 2.3.3
The problem is that html emails are rendered as text (hence showing the html source) rather than rendered as html as the email is intended.
I have tried this with email (the default app), and also tried touchdown and k9 mail.
In my case, neither email nor touchdown rendered them properly, but k9 mail did. This is a shame for me as email has a nice logo adjustment to show new mail, and integrates a little better into things like the social hub.
I suspect that the problem is related to what is produced by my exchange type server, which is actually zimbra. I'm sure your mileage would vary depending on your exchange version etc.