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Default problem with Maildefinition


i use this tag within the CreateUserWizard control in order to send the password to the new membershipuser. The email is not send un htmlformat (even in htmlformat, it dosn't work).

   Subject="your passwoord"/>

The content of file pw.txt is this:


Your passwoord is: ##password##

The eTeam

This all works, only that the text is rendered in the email without linebreak.

How can i insert a linebreak or hard return at the end of each line?

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Hi there,

You need to make the text file HTML as well; it doesn't "become" HTML automatically. So, insert <br /> tags where you want breaks to appear. E.g.:

<br /><br />
Your passwoord is: ##password##<br /><br />

While you're there, you may want to fix the passwoord typo as well..... ;)


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