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Subject: RE: FLASH: embedding flash into an email
From: Phillip Kerman
Date: Mon, 4 Dec 2000 23:22:10 GMT

So the answer is to send HTML emails. Sure, they're annoying... but I'm
curious about the issues involved to make it work. For example, is there a
way to make the embedded images and .swfs download the to user's machine or
do they always reside on a server?


> > Does anyone know anything about embedding flash into an email?
> This is very similar to the current virus issues.
> Recap: Anyone can push email onto you, and you can never predict the
> recipient's state, so email should be concise and clear ASCII. For richer
> content, it's polite to provide a link so your recipient can get this
> bigger stuff when it's convenient for them.
> Mileage may vary, but considering this week's news, it may be safer to be
> on the polite side...?

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  RE: FLASH: embedding flash into an email, TR Henigson

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