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Using this syntax:
MailTo with multiline message in Body

<a href="mailto:astark1@unl.edu?body=The message's first
paragraph.%0A%0aSecond paragraph.%0A%0AThird Paragraph.">

Works fine, except cursor sets at end of "To:" addressee and not in body of
email. If you start typing you are not in the body of the email but in the
addressee line and it gets messed up. Anyway to have cursor set in body of
email?

Thanks for any help.

Junior


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