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Posted on 1998-09-17
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What and how can I use email to access the website.for example,http://www.voa.gov/special.
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by:java_kevin
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What do u mean by use email to access the website?

DO you mean in your email, you click a hyperlink and ur browser bring you to that site?
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by:flying_zhuo
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I want in your email,  click a hyperlink and my browser bring you to a  website.
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Hi
In your email client choose "Insert Target".
In Netscape Communicator for example "Target..." is under the "Insert" menu.
Type in the url in the Target properties dialog.
Also Type or paste in the url copy alongside the target symbol which has been inserted into your email message.
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