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Issues Converting Text to Hyperlink in HTML Email

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I have 360 Works email configured to send an HTML email.

I seem to be able to format the text okay using FM format.

If I use a hyperlink as http://.... it will make a hyperlink - but even the send email native to FM (12 Advanced) will do that.

If I try to hyperlink text, I am unsuccessful.  Previous posts says to use HTML Tags, but I find it just shows the tags in the email.

Example: " <a href="http://faithfulfox.com">Visit My Website</a>"

It will just reproduct that line as it is typed.

 

I need directions on how to hyperlink the text.  Thank you.

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