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Enabling my client to send html formatted mass mail

Thread began 9/20/2010 4:59 pm by mick106153 | Last modified 9/22/2010 4:52 pm by mick106153 | 1582 views | 10 replies



Regarding the last point. I'm not looking for tutorials - those are thoroughly covered elsewhere - what I like to see is a definition of the logical steps to take to achieve X. An outline i.e. "to do X you need to do step 1, step 2, step 3 or 4 depending on… " with reference to the tutorials pertaining to those steps.
I and others have been caught up using a product only to discover that we also needed product Y which we did not already own.

Regarding the first point.
I think creating a static page followed by the "Create a File For Your Email" option is the most logical for me.
And this is where I first get lost.
Your tutorials advise variably that I can…
1.use UE to create the necessary content on that page
2.must create the necessary form elements first than apply UE
So which is it?

Secondly, for the purpose intended here - sending a graphic representation of his flyer to multiple contacts - would the page he would use, in its simplest form, contain the graphic and a "submit" button assuming that I had predefined all the other parameters including the list of mailto's?
When he does "submit" what is sent? Is it the page he sent from minus the "submit" button or is it another page? I would want it be just the graphic without any reference to the "submit" button or any other optional parameters I may set for him.
As you can tell I'm very confused by this.


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