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Making sure email links work...

Thread began 4/25/2011 10:22 pm by Andrew Read | Last modified 4/26/2011 11:01 am by Jason Byrnes | 805 views | 1 replies |

Andrew Read

Making sure email links work...

Is it possible to check that every link that is included in an email (from a HTML Editor text box) uses a complete URL (Including "http://")?

I want to ensure that all the links will work from the users perspective, and I also imagine that if there is a way to check links for http:// then I could also add a tracking link to all of the links within an email as well.


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

On the link tab, there is a drop down list to select the protocol, , https:// etc.... you will need to make sure to enter the full domain and path to the file in the URL section. As long as you enter the full domain and path correctly;

the link in the email will be written using the full path:

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