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Default Is it possible to button click Y/N in an email and

I am using visual studio.net, vb.net
sql server
msde

I am sending an email asking a question with a Y/N answer

Is it possible to button click Y/N in an email and change a db field

Is it possible to click a button in an email and have that
change a field in a database?

Example:

I want to send an email to a customer and ask them if they are over
the age of 30 Y/N?

Can the Y/N value be returned in an email and automatically change the db field to
Y or N?





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