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just found out that WIN IE and Firefox are pretty strict about mailto tags only being 456 characters or less … time for a real solution!

Posted on Tuesday, October 23rd, 2007 under News Status | No comments

just found out that WIN IE and Firefox are pretty strict about mailto tags only being 456 characters or less ... time for a real solution!

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