Creating an email with interactive hyperlinks

Posted on 2006-11-21
Last Modified: 2010-04-16
I would like to create an email with hyperlinks that are dependant on values that the recipient enters.  For instance, my email recipient would type "boomerang" in a special field of the email, and then click a link, and be taken to

Any ideas?
Question by:dkawins1
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ID: 17988599
Hello, what program are you using to send the emails?

Author Comment

ID: 17988637
I am using "Email Marketing Director".

Expert Comment

ID: 17988755
I'm looking at the manual ( and I don't think you can do any kind of scripting with this program. If you have MS Office, I'm sure it can be done with VBA code.

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Messiadbunny earned 440 total points
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A basic form should work in your standard HTML formatted email.  So, something along the lines of:


<FORM name="search" action="" method="get">
<INPUT NAME="search" TYPE=Text>
<input type="submit" value="Submit">



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Messiadbunny, that was perfect.  Thanks for the help!!

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