On Tuesday 12 March 2002 02:12, Claudia Smith wrote:
> I would like to know how to code my mail msg to accept an <a href> tag
> my current code is:
> $msg = "$username wants you to check out \"The AdVentures of AdWoman:
> AdWoman's Dilemma.\"\n\n";
>     $msg .= "Play for a chance to win a Caribbean cruise presented by
> Carnival Cruise Line and <a
> href='http://www.contus.com'>Contus.com</a>.\n\n";
>     $msg .= "This adgame is presented by the American Advertising
> Federation, which cordially invites you to attend the <a
> href='http://www.aaf.org'> AdVentures Conference</a>, the AAF's National
> Convention in Miami, Florida June 5-8.
>                  $msg .= "This adgame was created by AdGames.biz.\n\n";
>        $mailheaders = "From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]\n";
>     $mailheaders .=  "Reply-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]\n\n";
>     mail("$friendemail1", "$username Referred you an Adgame!", $msg,
> $mailheaders);
> My auto response email is printed with the < a href=....code instead of
> creating the hyperlink for me.
> Any suggestions on how to create this type of hyper link in a non html
> email?

In a non-html email, ie a plain-text email, any text such as www.domain.com 
would automatically be interpreted by modern mail-clients as a URL link. In 
other words there is no need (in fact it's not possible within plain-text) to 
specifically specify that a link is a link.

Jason Wong -> Gremlins Associates -> www.gremlins.com.hk

No spitting on the Bus!
Thank you, The Mgt.

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