Subject in Email

Is there a way when using a default subject in the following:

<A HREF="mailto:myname@mydomain?subject=mysubject">EMAIL</A>

so that the user cannot change the subject?

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There is no way to do it with this link but if you want you can do it with a form (this is way Netscape gives you security notification while you send automatic emails)

Saar Carmi

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mgraceAuthor Commented:
How would you go about doing it with a form?
<BODY BGCOLOR="Black" text="white">
<H2>Write the E-Mail below</H2>
<FORM NAME="e-mail" METHOD="post" ACTION =" Carmi">
<p ALIGN=left>
<BR><INPUT TYPE="submit" VALUE="send e-mail">
<INPUT TYPE="reset" VALUE="clear text">
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