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How to send a HTML FORMAT mail with Winsock?

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  I have known how to send a TEXT/FORMAT's mail!But,I don't know how to send a HTML/FORMAT's mail!can you help me?!!!
   Thanks a lot!
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add this as part of the header of your message:

Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1"
Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
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Hi
    you can use this Delphi component "TGLHTMLTable" to convert ur data to HTML format. so u can send mails using below single line of code. Down below is to convert to HTML page..

     SMTPForm:=TSMTPForm.Create(self);

procedure TStandardForm.HTMLwwDBNavigatorButtonClick(Sender: TObject);
var
     sHtmFile:string;
begin
     //sHtmFile:= ExtractFileNameOnly(StdTable.TableName)+'.htm';
     sHtmFile:= ExtractFileName(StdTable.TableName);
     sHtmFile:= Copy(sHtmFile, 1, Pos('.', sHtmFile)-1)+'.htm';

     GLHTMLTable1.caption     :=Caption;
     GLHTMLTable1.filename:=Mainform.sDir+'\'+sHTMFile;
     StdTable.First;
     GLHTMLTable1.SelectFields;
     GLHTMLTable1.Execute;

     if FileExists(GLHTMLTable1.filename) then begin
          ShowMessage(GLHTMLTable1.filename+' created !');

          if GetComCtlVersion()=ComCtlVersionIE3 then begin
               Mainform.bIE4:=False;
               KWB4IE3Form:=TKWB4IE3Form.create(self);
               Kwb4IE3Form.URLComboBox.text:=GLHTMLTable1.Filename;
               Kwb4IE3Form.GoBtnClick(nil);
               KWB4IE3Form.Show;
          end
          else begin
               Mainform.bIE4:=True;
               KWBMainForm:=TKWBMainForm.create(self);
               KwbMainForm.URLComboBox.text:=GLHTMLTable1.filename ;
               KwbMainForm.GoBtnClick(nil);
               KWBMainForm.Show;
          end;

          Cascade;
     end;
end;
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been busy doing a lot of cleanups eh, spideymod? :) ... good job
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DragonSlayer,
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