The way to get around this is to use token replacement.... so in your database instead of having:
?id=<?php echo $RecipientEmail; ?>
you would use something like:
Then when building the email instead of using:
<?php echo($row_rsContent['htmlcontent']); ?>
you would use:
<?php echo(str_replace("[RecipientEmail]",$RecipArray[$CurIndex]['YourColumnName'],$row_rsContent['htmlcontent'])); ?>
Bingo!!! That's what I'm talking about...and looking at it, why didn't I think of that!?
You see...sometimes...it's no good looking a for needle a haystack...just go buy a new needle!