It was brought to my attention recently that Outlook 2013 truncates the preheader after an embedded link. To get around this, I wrap the preheader in a link and use css to style for the hypertext. The entire preheader is a link but at least the entire preheader displays. Example:

<a href="#" target="_blank" style="color:#76615b; text-decoration:none;">Discover <span style="text-decoration:underline; color:#76615b; font-weight:bold;">all that sparkles</span> this summer.</a>

Has anyone else ecountered something similar and what was your workaround? The only drawback I see from the above is that I can only inlude one link instead of two if the situation ever calls for it.

Thanks.
George