"mail to" to 2 different addresses

I’m setting up a catalog for a client and I want the viewer to be able to click an email link that will “mailto” the client and me (or send me a copy of the inquiry).
Any thoughts or methods about how to do this just using html?
I’m using this code now.

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I’m setting up a catalog for a client and I want the viewer to be able to click an email link that will “mailto” the client and me (or send me a copy of the inquiry).

I believe you just need a semicolon between the addresses.

ie. email@hidden; email@hidden


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Looks to be using comma’s:

email@hidden, email@hidden, email@hidden

You can use carbon copies (CC) and blind carbon copies BCC:

email@hidden?cc=email@hidden
email@hidden?bcc=email@hidden

Adding Subjects:

email@hidden?subject=feedback

Add premade messages:

mailto:email@hidden?body=message

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I believe you just need a semicolon between the addresses.

Comma, not semicolon, and no spaces.

<a href="mailto:address1,address2">Send Mail to Both of Us</a>

But realize that this relies on the visitor having a properly-configured mail application, and the sense to fill out a mail message and press send. It also exposes your e-mail address to the most trivial of spam-bots (Freeway 5 will protect you, if you enable the preference to cloak addresses).

I always recommend that you use a contact form, most of which can be configured to send to more than one address at a time.

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Scratch the mailto part on the last one and the hidden part is the .com address…obviously.

A quick finger slip on the send button there on the iPod.


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Comma, not semicolon, and no spaces.

Ah yes, thanks Walt.

I always recommend that you use a contact form, most of which can be configured to send to more than one address at a time.

Which is what I do hence the incorrect info.


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Add premade messages:

mailto:email@hidden?body=message

If you do this part, be sure to url-encode the message. More info here: http://freewaypro.com/mailto

Basically, spaces are encoded as a + sign or %20, punctuation and linefeeds are escaped using % and a combination of letters and numbers, etc. E-mail clients will transparently convert this back to what you intend. If you don’t go this extra step, it will still work once in a while, but not everywhere.

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Thanks for all your help. I set up a couple of “sales” email accounts so if one gets spammed I’ll just delete it. Hopefully that will work.

One of the reasons I’m not doing a form is because I’m doing this in iView Media Pro for a template, not Freeway. I’ve never had much success making templates for iView in Freeway, although I’m sure it can be done. (hint, hint)

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On 1 Oct 2008, 6:30 pm, waltd wrote:

It also exposes your e-mail address to the most trivial of spam-bots (Freeway 5 will protect you, if you enable the preference to cloak addresses).

Walter

Where is this preference to cloak addresses? I have always used the AntiSpam action. Is that not necessary anymore? I don’t see anything in the guide or in preferences to cloak email addresses.


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File>Document Setup

Choose the Output Tab and then 7th Dropdown - Encode with Entities

Or whichever method you choose.

David


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Well, who knew? I never did. So that’s what the means, huh? And I don’t need my AntiSpam action anymore? Is this in a guide anywhere? I searched the 5 guide for the word spam, but nothing came up.

On Mon, Oct 6, 2008 at 11:36 AM, DeltaDave <email@hidden> wrote:

File>Document Setup

Choose the Output Tab and then 7th Dropdown - Encode with Entities

Or whichever method you choose.

David


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