September 17, 2002


AOL's site has some good info on which AOL clients can handle rich email, the appropriate headers to use, and what tags/features are supported. If your sites offer newsletters, special offers, etc., and you want to provide a rich mail experience, then this information is going to be valuable to your team.

Teaser info excerpted from HTML Email:

Following is the break down of which text is accepted with each client:
-AOL 7.0: HTML, Rich Text, Plain Text
-AOL 6.0: HTML, Rich Text, Plain Text
-AOL 5.0: Rich Text, Plain Text
-AOL 4.0: Plain Text Only

Posted by Lewis Francis at September 17, 2002 11:06 AM

hi...does AOL support HTML emails with forms in it? thanks...

Posted by: trisha at March 31, 2003 5:46 AM

Hey Trisha, don't know for sure but forms are not listed in those HTML objects specifically proscribed.

Give it a try and let us know!

Posted by: Lewis Francis at March 31, 2003 8:56 AM


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