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seeing html in email when using HTML Editor and custom email script

Thread began 5/23/2010 4:58 pm by cveiga2008379508 | Last modified 5/27/2010 2:02 pm by cveiga2008379508 | 1085 views | 3 replies

Eric Mittman

Thanks for getting back with the files. The problem with the html you see in the email is that your message contains html but is sent as plain text. You will need to ensure that you send an html formatted email. To do this you can either update your mailing script to send all of the headers and adjust the formatting for html, or you can make use of Universal Email to create the html email message for you. This is exactly the type of thing that Universal Email is used for, here is a link to the product page if you are interested:


If you were sending the email as an html formatted message you should see all of the contents from the form the way it was entered.

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