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ASP.NET with Outlook

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I'm working with C# ASP.NET... What could I do if I wanna popup my Outlook
and create a new message that contains HTML content??? I know there is a
javascript function "mailto" that can make use of Outlook and fill the
Subject, Body, etc... But I find that the body can only contain pure text
and it cannot be HTML encoded... what can I do??? Please help...

<A HREF="mailto:?body=Testing Message">Testing</A>
The above example works if my message only contains pure text. If I want my
email contains some HTML content, e.g. "Testing Message"
I can't do it this way like the followings...
<A HREF="mailto:?body=<STRONG>Testing Message</STRONG>">Testing</A>
Nov 13 '05 #1
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