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Hello,

Using <Form Action=Mailto:....>, how can I format my INPUT TYPES that will arrive in the mailbox ?

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Question by:ebriffoz
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by:Dascalu
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you mean the subject and body?

<Form Action=Mailto:asdf@adfs.com?subject=hello?body=Addtexthere>

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Bungee earned 50 total points
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If you use a from to post your mail you have to insert
<from action="mailto:myAddress" method=get>
<input type=hidden name=subject value="my subject">
<textarea name=body cols=40>
my body
</textarea>
</from>

you can also send your e mail by using the query string :

<a href="mailto:myaddress?subject=my%20subject&amp;body=mybody">
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