Sending an email with HTML

Posted on 2008-10-16
Last Modified: 2010-04-09
What's the HTML I need in order to send an email when the user clicks in the email address on my page?

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TK-77 earned 250 total points
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Sorry...didn't quite finish that last post. That would be the hyperlink if your email address was Obviously, you would replace that with whatever email address you want to use. : )


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Does it need to be enclosed in a tab?

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thebradnetwork earned 250 total points
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Put that in your HTML editor and edit the mailto as needed. Here is a reference. They have more info on mailto links towards the bottom.
This is a mail link:
<a href="">
Send Mail</a>

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