Hi all,

Gmail changes a color of text if it think that you are quoting other emails in a conversation and so it put < span class="im" > around the sections of your code that it thinks are previous bits in a conversation.

Gmail's declaration of im class has only color property:

.im {color:#500050}

I tried to override it with !importnat inline style, but apperently it doesn't bother Gmail and it continues to override my rule with !importnat declaration.

My code looks like this:

<td style="color:#555555 !important; ">
    lorem ipsum dolores...lorem ipsum dolores...lorem ipsum dolores...
    lorem ipsum dolores...lorem ipsum dolores...

    <span class="im"> lorem ipsum dolores... lorem ipsum dolores... </span>

</td>

How it is possible that Gmail can override !important rule??