Embed HTML Page in Email

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tlmm

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I have an HTML page which is a newsletter. I want to be able to add it to an email message so I can email it to people. I want it to be in the body of the email, not sent as an attachment.

There is a .htm page, several images, and a .css page. I need all of these to be embedded for the page to work correctly. I can put the styles from the .css file into the html page, but I still need to know how to embed the images.

I tried creating stationary, but it didn't put the images in the email.

I know it is possible to do this. Can someone give me some pointers as to how to get an HTML page along with several images into an email message.

I am currently using Outlook 2003.

Thanks!
 
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This is just a quick answer without any digging so bear with me.

I believe that if your images are located on a webserver on the Internet, then all you have to do is use their location in the html content of your email. You need to use the entire URL.
 

tlmm

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I have managed to get the newsletter into email format and almost working. I open the html file in Word and File - Send To - Mail Recipient. This works correctly.

My only problem now is that I can't get the hover functionality working that I have set in style tags (removed from CSS and added to HTML page), but everything else in the style tags work fine.

Thanks for your suggestion.
 
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