The display of hyperlinked text is not obvious or does not stand out from the surrounding text. Only because I created an article with an embedded hyperlink did I know certain text was actually a hyperlink. There appears to be a different color used but it does not have enough contrasting value or intensity to be obvious.
If a reader is looking for a hyperlink it will be displayed with an underline when moused over. But until the text is moused over the hyperlink is quite hard to distinguish.
This was displayed the same for FireFox 11 and IE8.
The Newsletter application will eventually appear alongside Calendar, Directory, and Maps
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Same on Chrome as can be expected for font styles. Appears to match the font color of all the other hyperlinks on the page though not necesarily the font face name, size, etc. Either needs it's own style color, or the standard text of the message body needs to be more contrasting as mentioned above.
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