Inline css renders squiremail headers illegible

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I do not know how to deal with this in Squirrelmail.  We have correspondents
sending html format email with this at the top:

Notification Template

        body {
            background-color: #ffffff;
            font-size: 13px;
        img {
        table {
        table td,
        table th {
            border:0 !important;
            margin-bottom: 1px !important;
            padding:0 !important;
            vertical-align: top !important;
        a {
            color: #53BEE6;
            text-decoration: none;

Which, when the message is viewed in html, renders the Squirrelmail page
heading links above the message body virtually invisible due to low contrast. 
I have tried several modifications to a test css file in templates but I cannot
figure out how to override the inline color setting without changing everything

When SM generates the folders and headers it puts bgcolor attributes in the
html tags but it does not set the link color specifically.  However, the link
colours for the folders and the headers are different so there must be some way
to prevent inline css from wrecking the display.

Any ideas on how to deal with this?  Just so you know, personally I have html
turned off and just deal with plain text.  But others do not share my
prejudices and they would like this fixed.

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James B. Byrne                mailto:ByrneJB@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Harte & Lyne Limited
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Hamilton, Ontario             fax: +1 905 561 0757
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