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supplying message title within mailto function

shane3341436
I used
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  1. <a href="mailto:abcd@hotmail.com">
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for the purpose of email. I need to specify the message subject from the same code.
Is it possible to supply message subject from the above code? so that when clicked on above link the subject field won't be empty.
Sep 10 '07 #1
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  1. <a href="mailto:abcd@hotmail.com?subject=My%20Subject">
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Sep 10 '07 #2
Thanx for helping.It works. Can I have the whole syntax for the mailto function or can you give me the link where I could find it.
Sep 10 '07 #3
Thanx for helping.It works. Can I have the whole syntax for the mailto function or can you give me the link where I could find it.
This seemed pretty useful: http://redvip.homelinux.net/varios/mailto.html

(I'm not affiliated with that site, just found it via a Google search for "mailto html")
Sep 10 '07 #4
This doesn't work for me - are there known issues with Macs? I'm launching from Mozilla Firefox and by default a mailto pops up in Entourage. I'm wondering if by using the code that Windows users will get the functionality?

Note: the mailto part works fine, it's just the addition of the subject field
Jun 25 '08 #5

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