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Hello I have the following imagemap over a picture:

<!--webbot bot="ImageMap" polygon="(76,102) (150,143) (3,143) mailto:BTFinley@aol.com; airMLS@aol.com" polygon="(81,93) (81,1) (152,0) (152,132) list.asp?Favorite=0&amp;Region=NE" polygon="(69,90) (69,5) (1,5) (1,133) list.asp?Favorite=1&amp;Region=NE" src="images/inforeps.gif" alt="Navigation" border="0" width="154" height="146" startspan --><MAP NAME="FrontPageMap"><AREA SHAPE="POLYGON" COORDS="76, 102, 150, 143, 3, 143" HREF="mailto:airMLS@aol.com"><AREA SHAPE="POLYGON" COORDS="81, 93, 81, 1, 152, 0, 152, 132" HREF="list.asp?Favorite=0&amp;Region=NE"><AREA SHAPE="POLYGON" COORDS="69, 90, 69, 5, 1, 5, 1, 133" HREF="list.asp?Favorite=1&amp;Region=NE"></MAP><a href="_vti_bin/shtml.dll/Information.asp/map"><img ismap usemap="#FrontPageMap" border="0" height="146" alt="Navigation" src="images/inforeps.gif" width="154"></a><!--webbot bot="ImageMap" endspan i-checksum="52458" -->

The only important part is at the beginning
<!--webbot bot="ImageMap" polygon="(76,102) (150,143) (3,143) mailto:BTFinley@aol.com; airMLS@aol.com"

Now for some reason it is only saying airmls@aol.com and not BTFinley@aol.com
I want the link to open the E-Mail program with both names in the list.  I also tried reversing the order putting airmls@aol.com first, but it still only puts airmls@aol.com
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You have the two emails in the // polygon="(76,102) (150,143) (3,143) ; mailto:BTFinley@aol.com;airMLS@aol.com" // definition only.  You need to add both names to the <AREA> tag like below.  This works fine:

<AREA SHAPE="POLYGON" COORDS="76, 102, 150, 143, 3, 143" HREF="mailto:BTFinley@aol.com;airMLS@aol.com">
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Thank You didn't even see that part.  I've been editting it by hand with WordPad.  So I missed that part.
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