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exactly mouser! hope you can do something...
i'm using windows live mail...i have also outlook 2003 in case...

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I'm not sure exactly what you want to do -- if you are using TFLM to create html emails you should be able to put in text like
<a href="http://www.amazon.com">click here for amazon</a>
without any problem; it won't look pretty in the preview screen but presumably your mail program should interpret it correctly.
Hi mouser, i'll try to explain better: i need to insert in the footer of all my emails "Please, read our terms and conditions." and the link goes on my website at the page "Terms & Conditions". Now, i tried dong what you said, but the html code remain as text...it is not "interpreted" as an html link.

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Ok Ath...thanks.

Another question, about this: http://www.donationc...ml?tipsandtricks.htm
Is there a step by step guide to integrate TFLM into windows mail? Or can someone help me doin it?
Thanks again for your assistence! :)

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Didn't figured out there was multiple release, sorry...
It's the Desktop App running on Win XP...don't know which language is made with...

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Good evening,
i was wondering, is there a method to add an html link into a "checkbox item".
I have lots of links in my emails so it would be useful an automatic solution in this sense.
Can you suggest me a solution?

Thanks for your help,
Mariano.

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