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How do I generate an e-mail with the 'subject' already filled in?

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Er, that's it, really... how do I mofidy the basic <A HREF="mailto:blob@anywhere.com"></A> to generate an e-mail with the subject already filled in?
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<A HREF="mailto:blob@anywhere.com?subject=Hello"></A>
Works only in Netscape and, I think, IE4.

Martin
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Just the ticket.

Thanks very much, Martinag.

Ian
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