Mailto multiple recipients
While RFC prohibits semikolons, Thunderbird does not produce the mailto: URL; instead, it must interpret the input. Thunderbird then tries to send an email with an empty To: field and an empty recipient field, but it never gets sent. Isn’t this also an RFC violation (the empty To:)?
I don’t believe that enforcing a strict policy of not having semicolons here benefits our user base. More than likely, it leads our users to assume that Thunderbird is malfunctioning. I’d like to investigate how to make this happen. Perhaps we should make web pages that produce this more conscious of how it is incorrect at the same time. I’m not suggesting that we make the consumer aware of this because it’s often not their decision.
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HTML developers should include MailTo in their HTML documents to allow personalized automatic emails from your website. This HTML tutorial demonstrates how to construct HTML links that automatically open email client applications with predefined recipients, topic, and body material.
When an internet user clicks on the above connection, the Outlook or Email Client program that is set as the default email program will open for a new message with only the To… field value identified with one recipient, as shown below.
If the above syntax fails to function on a Mac (as discussed and suggested by Ada), try the following syntax, which replaces the ampersand character with a “?” question mark, just like passing parameters to a URL address.
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Is there a foolproof way to provide multiple email addresses using the mailto: link? I’ve used the semi-colon separator “mailto:[email protected];[email protected]?subject=test” and it seems to work in Outlook, but I’m curious if anyone else has had any problems with it. Thank you so much! Robin is a good friend of mine.
I came across this article, which appears to contain all of the necessary instructions for creating these links. The CC choice appears to be a good fit for you. Greetings! John is a man with many talents. https://dev-blog.yoast.com/guide-mailto-links/
This is something you should probably write about on your blog. It’s something that marketing departments often forget. When we test emails, we often get the answers we expect, but we have no idea how our leads set up their email clients.
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[…]… Using a formmail script is much more effective. That will provide you with the flexibility you seem to want while fully avoiding the mailto: URL scheme, its lack of browser support, and the issue of whether any email UA is configured in the first place.
Alan J. Flavell penned the following: Jack wrote on the 30th of May, 2006: […] Using a formmail script is much more effective. That will provide you with the flexibility you seem to want while fully avoiding the mailto: URL scheme, its lack of browser support, and the issue of whether any email UA is configured in the first place. And it irritates those of us who choose to keep all of our emails in the location where, well, all of our emails are kept.
Harlan Messinger wrote on Tuesday, May 30, 2006: Alan J. Flavell wrote: And enrage those of us who choose to keep all our emails registered in the location where, erm, our emails are logged. It’s not as bad as not having your phone calls, voice messages, sticky notes, or direct communications logged in your Sent Items package.