On Mon, 14 Aug 2006 16:03:19 -0500, "John H Meyers"
<[email protected]> put finger to keyboard and composed:
>On Mon, 14 Aug 2006 02:08:32 -0500, Franc Zabkar expertly wrote:
>> Try this:
>> C:\Program Files\Qualcomm\Eudora\Eudora.exe
>Much better -- now only "Cc:" and "Bcc:" are missing!
>Taking further guesses from your suggestion:
>Yes! -- it finally works even with the last example on
>(except that %0D in the body wasn't properly interpreted,
>and remained "0D" in the body text -- is Opera wrong there?)
I get the following error in a popup window:
Unable to start the external e-mail application
mailto:[email protected]?subject=Please, I
insist!&[email protected] would like to send you
$1000000 to divide as you see fit among yourselves and all the
[email protected] let me know to whom I should
send the check.&[email protected]&[email protected]
The data area passed to a system call is too
If I shorten the body text, then Eudora works, but I see the same
problem as you, ie "0D" text pairs.
However, if I paste the mailto link into my MAPI-aware newsreader
(Agent), then Eudora works as expected.
So it looks like an Opera thing. The abovementioned error message also
suggests this. AFAICT, the "%" character is being substituted by the
"To:" field. In fact it appears as if the "To:" field is being
interpreted as a %0 argument, in which case %0x would be parsed as
"%00x". Any hex value with a non-zero leading digit (eg %20) is parsed
>Thanks for the best help yet!
>(the "windows default" setting remains useless here)
>Did I miss something in Opera's help or tutorials,
>about the required argument for this setting?
I can't remember the source of my info. It was either Opera's online
help, or Usenet.
BTW, I'm using Win98SE.
- Franc Zabkar
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