06-30-2013 09:50 PM
I am trying to fulfill a requirement for a client that requires a HTML email to be generated.
I have tried passing HTML content to the email composer but it just gets rendered as text.
Does the email client support HTLM formatted emails?
Code I am using is below.
07-01-2013 01:58 PM
The problem you appear to be having is not being able to set headers correctly
This should be possible via AJAX to a server with ease
If you want it directly from device the obvious method is an invoke of the mail client
04-23-2014 02:11 PM
Paradox, can you clarify what you mean?
I'm thinking that the < and " and > and & characters are being escaped as < and " and > and & respectively... is there a way to inhibit that, maybe, as the solution to the problem?
04-24-2014 04:24 PM
The Email Composer that gets invoked is only set up to handle PlainText emails.
We created a plugin to allow sending emails directly, but it's also defaulting to sending plaintext. It doesn't look like a big job to make it create an HTML one as well, but it doesn't support it today.
I'll open an issue for it on our public GitHub. I think it's a pretty useful feature.
04-24-2014 04:34 PM - edited 04-24-2014 04:37 PM
Thanks Tim; it seems you can apply formatting to the text before you send the email, but it's not a full-featured HTML email. I know when it is possible to send fancy layouts via email from Webworks apps all sorts of new possibilties will present themselves (like invoking the camera and accepting text input descriptions, then fire off an email-able diary of a day or an event, possibly even tied to an image hosting service, sent directly from your device. Lots of ideas will spring from integrated HTML email support!