links shouldn't be a problem - you should be able to paste links into FM emails, as long as they're fully formed. You can also use "emailto:email@", I believe. (It's been a while.)
Edit: as noted below "mailto:", not "emailto:"
the protocol should be:
however, modern email clients should be able to identify an email address without the protocol and present a dialog (on hover and/or click) or drop-down to do something with the link.
I knew that, but typed emailto anyway.
If you send via a Send Mail script the following:
… both the email address and the URL will be converted into live links by the email client.
keywords - that is may be converted, not will be converted.
- if the path is not quite right (esp. URL), then they will not be converted to links. See this forum for problems in sending the FMP protocol in email, for example.
- and if the email is plain text viewed in ways that are not modern browsers & email clients (read directly with PHP or other web app) then it likely will NOT be converted
- but modern email clients may be convert e-ddresses and URL, yes
thus the *many* requests/ideas on this forum for HTML-formatted emails, so that we can precisely create hyperlinks in email...
Fair enough. That particular script line work in my test, but I take the point that it may not alway be so.