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sample for designing email message when using MAILSEND

sample for designing email message when using MAILSEND

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I would like to know if somebody has a sample or can explain how I can design an email message when I use Mailsend. For example, I want to add a table in the message body, an image or a link to a website. Also would like to know how I can attach an external file to the email.

 

RE: sample for designing email message when using MAILSEND

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Thanks for the response. The send email program works, now we have a new issue.The message body is a memo string that contains html tags. When running it from the development environment the message is received properly, with color, font styles and paragrahs as it is defined by the html tags. When sending it through the run time environment, it is received with all the tags like the server did not convert the html. The runtime environment is located in diffrent servers but the settings are the same and also the SMTP server is the same.Additional strange thing is that I put  "debug" output form after the task, in an HTML format and it shows correctly (with colors and etc..) in both of the cases.
Some suggestions for resolving it????
Thanks again, your response was very helpful.

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