I have written a VBA routine in Outlook VBA that generates the rich text format body of an email, that is ultimately successfully sent as a mail item. Contained in the body of that email is a link to another html form that I have developed.
That html form I am referencing via link within my email body has a number of parameters built int it. At the end of the day, the URL is quite long and an eyesore to the user receiving the email.
My ultimate objective would be change the display name of the link in the body of my rich text email to something other than just the URL... but to the best of my knowledge, this is not possible in rich text.
Is there a way to programmatically change the email body from rich text to html, then send the email as "olformatHTML". Once I've gotten it into an html format, I can do some simple find and replace work to associate the display name with the link. I just don't want to have to build a routine to generate html.
Again, my canvas is Outlook VBA.