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Hi all.
I usually use php to send email to my client using a template with my logo and some image, like usually we all receive email from all tech sites we have subscribed for news.
But I don't now if and how this can be done from within Thunderbird (or any other email client).

Any idea?
Thanks in advance
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Question by:Marco Gasi
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by:Kimputer
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Use the Insert html code function from within the compose email window. The HTML is preferably from another source file that already looks good (maybe some WYSIWYG editor of some sorts).
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by:Marco Gasi
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Thanks for your reply, Kimputer.
Tha's intereting, but I'm wondering if there is omething which allow me to set a default template file to use for an identity, so I don't have to manually enter the html everytime I send a mail from a certain address. Do you know if it's possible?
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Not as you like it.
Here's the work around. Compose new email, make it exactly as you want (HTML pictures etc etc). Save it (drafts folder). Now right mouse click the message, Copy to > (copy to the local folders, make a new folder, named it like "mailing").
Everytime you need to send something, go to this "mailings" folder, right mouse the correct message, Copy to > (copy to the drafts folder of the working email account). Go to the drafts folder, edit (because you need to fill in the To: field)
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by:Marco Gasi
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Mmmhh, I find surprising non has thought to add this function to the program... It could be even a good idea for an extension... Maybe I'll try, soon or later... :-)
Thank you Kimputer
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by:Marco Gasi
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Thank you again
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