[1/5] from: john:thousand-hills at: 19-Aug-2001 18:41
I am writing a file in HTML and emailing it -it works but with a few problems: Any ideas why? 1. It appears in HTML fine when read by Eudora. 2. It appears a code when picked up in Outlook. Code: write filename reduce [ <HTML><HEAD></HEAD> <BODY bgcolor=lightblue> <FONT SIZE=3 FACE=courier color=navy>"PURCHASE ORDER - INVOICE </FONT> filename<br><br> <FONT SIZE=3 FACE=courier COLOR=NAVY> (SNIP) </BODY></HTML> ] End Code: -- To unsubscribe from this list, please send an email to [rebol-request--rebol--com] with unsubscribe" in the
[2/5] from: ralph:abooks at: 19-Aug-2001 19:55
>I am writing a file in HTML and emailing it -it works but with a few >problems: Any ideas why?
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John: Here's the technique I recommend in REBOL FOR DUMMIES. Create an HTML page with your standard webpage editor. Then use the REBOL script below to email (and this works fine for Microsoft Outlook, etc.): send/header [elvis--hound-dawg--com] read %letter.html make system/standard/email [ from: [you--downatthefootoflonelystreet--com] subject: "Sing again, Elvis. We miss ya." Content-Type: "text/HTML;" ] --Ralph Roberts author REBOL FOR DUMMIES http://rebolpress.com/#RFD
[3/5] from: john::thousand-hills::net at: 19-Aug-2001 19:52
Ralph: Good book, what page is that on? The problem is that I am coding the file in REBOL. This file opens well in Eudora, as do others I have written in PERL. The PERL files can be "redirected" by Eudora and will appear somehow converted to appear in HTML but not so with files written by REBOL? John At 07:55 PM 8/19/2001 -0400, you wrote:
[4/5] from: ralph:abooks at: 19-Aug-2001 21:05
you would ask that, John<g>... it's in Chapter 16 somewheres (I don't have a copy at this computer). --Ralph
[5/5] from: john:thousand-hills at: 19-Aug-2001 20:19
That's OK Ralph, you are in my new book anyway. I will let you know as soon as it is published.. John At 09:05 PM 8/19/2001 -0400, you wrote:
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