Does anyone know of a way that will force an email that includes HTML tags to be displayed as text only -- irregardless of client mail viewer?
I can't seem to get Hotmail, for example, to display the actual tags instead of interpreting them -- I tried pre tags and that didn't do it?
will surrounding each tag in <xmp></xmp> or <code></code> work? I know in a browser it means so that it won't interpret it, try it in email.
replace the < and > with & lt; and & gt; (I had to put a space between the two or else it would just have showed up as < and > , so remove the space)
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XMP or CODE tags should work. Its your browser that is interpreting the HTML though not the email provider.
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Thanks for the responses! Unfortunately, none of them worked for hotmail. So, it looks like I may need to allow for HTML/email choice when the user subscribes or something similar.