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How to email a HTML link to a file attachment in the same message?

I'm trying to email a HTML link to a HTML file attached in the same
message. I DO NOT want to have the attached HTML file displayed in
the message, I just want a link in the email to the HTML file which is
a file attachment in the same message. How can this be done, assuming
it's possible?

Again, I note that I DO NOT want the attached HTML file to be
displayed in the browser, I just want a link to it in the email.
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Gordon H. wrote:
I'm trying to email a HTML link to a HTML file attached in the same
message. I DO NOT want to have the attached HTML file displayed in
the message, I just want a link in the email to the HTML file which is
a file attachment in the same message. How can this be done, assuming
it's possible?

Again, I note that I DO NOT want the attached HTML file to be
displayed in the browser, I just want a link to it in the email.


Er... just copy the URL into the message body? Or am I missing something
here? Like this:

http://www.1112.net/lastpage.htm

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Mark.
http://tranchant.plus.com/
Jul 20 '05 #2
Gordon H. <go***@yahoo.ca> wrote:
I'm trying to email a HTML link to a HTML file attached in the same
message.
Since this not about HTML authoring for the WWW, I have trimmed
followups.
I DO NOT want to have the attached HTML file displayed in
the message, I just want a link in the email to the HTML file which is
a file attachment in the same message. How can this be done, assuming
it's possible?


This depends on the software you use and, most importantly, the software
that the recipient(s) use(s). Have you made sure that the recipient(s)
want(s) to get multipart E-mail messages containing HTML, with a
sufficient understanding of the issue?

Depending on the answer to these questions, Microsoft's MHTML format
might be part of the solution, or part of the problem.

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Yucca, http://www.cs.tut.fi/~jkorpela/
Pages about Web authoring: http://www.cs.tut.fi/~jkorpela/www.html

Jul 20 '05 #3

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