Send Complex HTML with Inline Files 2004
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Send Complex HTML with Inline Files 2004 is a free script that allows you to send complex HTML via Entourage. It will:
  • Take an arbitrary HTML file and embed it in an outgoing Entourage message
  • Better still, it will parse the HTML for links to files (images, etc), isolating duplicates…
  • Attach the file to the message with base64 encoding (using UNIX magic to guess the MIME type)…
  • then rewrite the HTML to reference the attachment rather than the local file.
  • If you run the script on a draft message, whatever text you type into the message body will be used as
What's New
Version 0.5: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.
Requirements
  • PPC
  • Mac OS X 10.3 or later
  • Entourage X






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Downloads:4,462
Version Downloads:3,050
Type:Internet : Email
License:Free
Date:12 Oct 2006
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Send Complex HTML with Inline Files 2004 is a free script that allows you to send complex HTML via Entourage. It will:
  • Take an arbitrary HTML file and embed it in an outgoing Entourage message
  • Better still, it will parse the HTML for links to files (images, etc), isolating duplicates…
  • Attach the file to the message with base64 encoding (using UNIX magic to guess the MIME type)…
  • then rewrite the HTML to reference the attachment rather than the local file.
  • If you run the script on a draft message, whatever text you type into the message body will be used as the plain text alternative to the HTML (for non-HTML compatible clients).


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