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Posted by Synergy Informatics at October 7, 2008 13:43:35 CEST

Thanks for this wonderful free tool...


Synergy Informatics
A Web Design, Hosting & Marketing Firm.
Posted by Danny at February 15, 2009 05:45:24 CET
Is it possible to display an image as the "email text"? I tried adding an <img> tag but it doesn't seem to work. Thanks.
Posted by Cf at March 21, 2009 18:31:18 CET
Hi. Apologies but I'm somewhat new to editing code (am a designer, not a coder...). Can you direct me where to put the above-generated script on my page? Is it before <body> or does it replace the "<a href="mailto:...?"

-- Thanks much.
a noob.
Posted by Robert Lie at March 22, 2009 14:57:47 CET
The generated script must be pasted inside the <body> tag. See the example below the generated script box.
Posted by Robert Lie at March 22, 2009 14:59:42 CET
Hi Danny,

With this tool, you can not display an image as the email text.
Posted by Janet at July 16, 2009 22:37:32 CEST
Thank-you for this!
I tried to use the script for 2 different email addresses with different text links on the same web page.
I generated the code for each and pasted it into the body tag however this gave me an unwanted additional email link placed at the top of the page.
Is the script limited to one email per page?
Posted by Robert Lie at July 17, 2009 15:03:07 CEST
You can add multiple email per page, and it is also possible to add an image as the email text. In the latter case you must manually edit the code. See
Posted by Sad at January 21, 2012 21:20:55 CET
hi good
Posted by Melody Lytle at February 7, 2015 01:23:54 CET
Thank you very much for this -- Melody