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Powershell email - Need to have caarrage returns

Posted on 2014-03-05
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The email works but everything is run together. I need a new line at the end of both test lines, some lines in between the two sets and new lines for each line in the txt files.

Any suggestions?


-BodyAsHtml `
    -Body  @"
      The Following Were tested and are up and can be logged into
     $(((Get-Content C:\MonitorFolder\ServersUp.txt) | out-string)
      
      
       "The Following Were tested and are either DOWN or CANNOT be logged into"
       ((Get-Content C:\MonitorFolder\ServersDown.txt) | out-string))
"@
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footech earned 2000 total points
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Either don't use the the -BodyAsHtml switch parameter, or remember that when you do use it your email is HTML and needs to be formatted accordingly.
An example with:
-BodyAsHtml `
    -Body  @"
      The Following Were tested and are up and can be logged into<br>
     $((Get-Content C:\MonitorFolder\ServersUp.txt) -join "<br>")
       <p>
       The Following Were tested and are either DOWN or CANNOT be logged into<br>
       $((Get-Content C:\MonitorFolder\ServersDown.txt) -join "<br>")
"@ 

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That worked. Thank You!!!!
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