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I've another problem with sending e-mail. I have a 3 environment setup DEV/QA/PROD with different e-mail servers.

If I use CDONTS, my HTML formatted e-mail shows up fine using the Outlook client.

If I use CDOSYS, on the DEV server, the e-mail is fine. However on QA and PROD, using CDOSYS, for some reason the HTML message is messed up a little to cause problems. To get around not having a barcode library, I'm using a series of GIF images to form the barcode image.. something like this.. using CDOSYS on QA/PROD, continuous line of img definitions get broken down by the !! characters before continuing again. This results in an invalid barcode image. Is this due to the mailserver setup, CDOSYS params which I can set, or something else?


src="http://xxxx/sharedLibrary/images/bar_blk.gif" width="1" height="30" /!
><img src="http://xxxx/sharedLibrary/images/bar_wht.gif" width="1" height="30" /><img


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