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Remove HTML format but keep email format

Remove HTML format but keep email format

String contains a value in HTML format. The value is an email.
The value contains tags such as <P style="MARGIN: 0cm 0cm 0pt" class=MsoNormal><o:p><FONT face ...
I was able to remove the HTML format, but I end up losing the format in general. The email will show on
one line, etc...

Any suggestions on how I can remove the HTML but keep the email format?

RE: Remove HTML format but keep email format


Any suggestions on how I can remove the HTML but keep the email format?

You can't, the choices for sending or receiving email are plain text or HTML.

to 'format' the message as multiple lines for the text body part, you insert a line feed and carriage return pair using the predefined constant of vbcrlf.

such as:

CODE --> vbscript

message = "some text on one line" & vbcrlf & "some text on the second line" 


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