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10-09-2012 11:51 PM
This works well for me, too. However, how can I send the email in HTML format? Simple putting in HTML tags doesn't always actually show the email in HTML format - sometimes the tags are visible in the email client to... Any tips?
02-15-2013 08:29 AM
I need to send an attachment via e-mail client programatically in playbook webworks
I had implemented it in BlackBerry Curve using Java Extension.
But Jave Extension is not getting recognized in PlayBook webworks
Also I went through this post,
But there is no solution to add mail attachment
Also is it possible to use AIR extension for the mail attachment in PlayBook webworks
If there is anyother way to send mail attachment please share.