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Windows 7: URLs in my emails not "clickable"

02 Feb 2011   #21
StickMaker

Windows 7
 
 

NO problem, Booklover; I appreciate all attempts at helping fix this.


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30 Mar 2011   #22
gogreen

Windows 10 Home, 64 bit
 
 

I think the way to get a web address clickable in a signature is to use html formatting,

AND

WLM 2011 seems to add a space automatically after the signature website address. I found that by deleting this space and then placing a manual carriage return (press enter) after placing the signature in the message, the signature website address is clickable. I have been unable to do this in the actual signature window itself.

I have found that even in messages formatted in plain text, adding that extra carriage return (pressing enter) makes the signature website address clickable--in most cases.

I experimented with this by sending test emails to comcast, yahoo and aol. Only the yahoo email's website signature was not clickable in plain text.

I have no idea why.
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31 Mar 2011   #23
roncerr

Windows 8 Pro w/MC 32-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by StickMaker View Post
...the URLs I had in my website were not clickable, SOME of the time. It seems that if I have "Plain text" showing in the "New Message" then they will NOT be clickable and it it shows "Rich text" they are. I want them all, to always be clickable no matter which email addy I send from, and all replies as well.
Uncheck the "send tab" option "Reply to emails using the format in which they were sent."
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