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I am developing an application which will send 1000's of emails (via JavaMail) and I'm debating on whether or not to send html in the email. I have two questions: 1. Do most email clients support html? Most of the recipients of the emails will be AOL, hotmail/msn, or yahoo clients. Are there any stats on how many people are running clients that don't support html? 2. The emails I send require an embedded image. Can I send an email with an image and it not be a html email? If so, how? A multipart email? If anybody has an example that would be great! I'd prefer to not use HTML if possible. Thanks,
Jason E. Brawner<br />Sun Certified Java Programmer<br />Sun Certified Web Component Developer
Hi, Jason: I have an application, which needs to send feedback to client. Since I can figure out the email address of my clients, I think that would be good to send beedback by email, but I don't know how. Would you give a hint of how to do this? Thanks. Jim
Email can be sent in HTML format from javaMail by setting the contenttype of the message as text/html Most email clients accept the html contents including the image. I recive mails in outlook as well as the hotmail which are in html. regds Prashanth
1. I think most clients support it, but equally, most people seem annoyed by it. Especially *nix users.
2. Yes, you could send it multipart through JavaMail. There are pretty good examples in Appendix B of the "JavaMail API Design Specification" pdf document, available from java.sun.com/products/javamail/JavaMail-1.2.pdf