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    We have recently set up a company website and would like to let those customers on our existing email list know about it. Ideally I would like to embed a flyer into an email, so that when the recipient opens the email, they see only the artwork. I would like users to be able to link to our website when they click on the work. Anyone tell me how to do this?
    thanks in advance, Mike

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    Mike ...

    How are you sending the emails now, by using something like Outlook
    or Outlook Express? Or are you using some online thing?


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    mlseim...
    we have a /cpanel set up with squirrel mail and horde, so technically I can hook this into either mac mail, or outlook express using this address.
    hope this helps.

    Mike

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    Most email clients (program you use to send email) have a method for
    creating an HTML email. In most cases though, any images you have
    in the HTML email need to be available online. That means you would
    put the images somewhere on your website, create the HTML email,
    and then email it.

    When a person receives HTML email, their email client will render it as HTML,
    but reference any images from your website (as they don't get sent with
    the email). You may have noticed that if you ever view HTML emails when
    NOT connected to the internet, the images don't show (that's why).

    Here's the other part of the deal though.... not everyone can view
    HTML email, or wants to view HTML email (by choice). So, your HTML
    email should fail gracefully and display some plain text in case of failure.

    If you use Outlook Express to send them, that would be easiest.
    I assume Eudora (for the Mac) is similar. They allow creation of HTML emails
    with RTF (Rich Text Format).

    Just remember to put your images in a directory somewhere on your
    webspace and reference those images when creating your email.



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