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Hi guys,

I just can't think clearly anymore :(. Too busy and too tired. Just would like to know how many types of HTML with images are there supported in JavaMail

1. HTML Email with embedded images -> Does it mean that although the user is offline, he or she still can see the image?
2. HTML Email with inline images -> The HTML contains the absolute path such as http://myserver.com/test.jpg

Am I correct to say that? If so, anyone has the sample for the first one?

David
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Hi suprapto45!

Using the JavaMail API to Send HTML Email : http://java.sun.com/developer/EJTechTips/2004/tt0426.html
Advanced HTML Email :http://java.sun.com/developer/EJTechTips/2004/tt0625.html
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Thanks guys,

Will have a look at them later on. So basically there are only two different ways of email when sending images with HTML right?

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AFAIK, yes
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Thanks CEHJ,

I will try it later. If someone can post using Email in Jakarta Common, that would be good. Thx

David
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I think that it is in the userguide of the Email in Jakarta Common but just want to make sure :)
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(I mean the one which Yagantappa posted)
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Thanks All.

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:-)
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Seriously I didn't deserve points here - get it reopened.
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