you can place the TEXT that is an URL. However you can place a "hyperlink", which is typically the "label/name" of the link as show with the href as the URL and not often seen.
If you place "http://____" in an email, most modern email clients will render them as hyperlinks (using the URL for both the "label" and the href.
If this is unacceptable, then the use of a Plug-in to send email or (other methods) can make the body of the email as HTML-encoded. This cannot be done with Send Mail alone, natively.
There are several thread on this forum for HTML email methods.
Unfortunately OSX Mail does not do so.
Could I define a field to use the link??
sorry, I cannot edit this. I said (thanks spell check!):
However you can place a "hyperlink
That should be apostrophe t or the full word:
However you cannot place a "hyperlink
To answer your question: no, any field with full URL will still be _text_.
OSX Mail (for me) does try to resolve anything that is full URI:
and make it a "link" (blue underline and clickable)
It may depend on what the URI is. Are you trying to send something out-of-the-norm?
I only want to place the website of the company after the Adress en Place.
How do I make that clickable in FM
You said "clickable" in send mail. In a field, in FMP, you can make a button which would Open URL (your field) or you can place the field as a reference in the Web Viewer.
Within an email, it would need to be the FULL path:
And for that matter, within a field for using Open URL or web viewer, it needs to be the full path, as well.