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mailto: #21850 01/05/03 10:43 PM
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this isnt completely loading the info needed

run mailto:mtec89@neo.rr.com?subject=Register MTecIRC %ver&body=Name: Date: E-Mail: OS:WIN $+ $OS RAM: $dll($mircdirdll\moo.dll,meminfo,_)

Re: mailto: #21851 02/05/03 04:21 AM
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Do you put two / before the 'run' command?


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Re: mailto: #21852 02/05/03 04:30 AM
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A) Space between %ver and &body
B) Make sure &body isn't treated, or tries being treeated, as a binvar
C) I'm not sure if spaces might be interferring. I know in most get submissions, you use +'s for a space character. Try using..

$+(mailto:mtec89@neo.rr.com?subject=Register+MTecIRC+,%ver,&,body=Name:+Date:+E-Mail:+OS:WIN,$OS,RAM:,$dll($mircdirdll\moo.dll,meminfo,_))


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Re: mailto: #21853 02/05/03 08:02 PM
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the + arnt needed, it just shows up with the + in the email
the subject line is the only thing that works besides the to feild. nothing shows in the body

//run $+(mailto:mtec89@neo.rr.com?subject=Register MTecIRC,%ver,&,body=Name: Date: E-Mail: OS:WIN,$OS,RAM:,$dll($mircdirdll\moo.dll,meminfo,_))

Re: mailto: #21854 02/05/03 08:39 PM
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haha, just occured to me.. use %20 not the space character >:D


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Re: mailto: #21855 02/05/03 09:50 PM
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probably will need to use $eval(%20,0) won't he? Won't mIRC think it is a variable?

Re: mailto: #21856 02/05/03 10:09 PM
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i'm not sure.. Its not beginnign with a letter, so I don't know what mirc would do. Most programs disallow number-prefixed variables. Try it, or like code said, use eval, or $+(%,20) >:D


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Re: mailto: #21857 02/05/03 10:42 PM
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ok but thats not the problem. just try the link

//run $+(mailto:mtec89@neo.rr.com?subject=Register%20MTecIRC,%ver,&,body=Name:%20Date:%20E-Mail:%20OS:WIN,$OS,RAM:,$dll($mircdirdll\moo.dll,meminfo,_))

it doesnt load the body...

Re: mailto: #21858 02/05/03 11:18 PM
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Here's what I came up with a long time ago:

Code:
 run mailto:your@email.com?SUBJECT=somesubject $+ $chr(160) $+ From: $+ $me $+ $chr(160) $+ Server: $+ $server $+ $chr(160) $+ Chan: $+ $active 


Which produces a subject like this:
somesubject From:R1pl3y Server:washington.dc.us.undernet.org Chan:#channel

$chr(32) wouldnt work so I used $chr(160) and it worx fine.
I hope this helps you in some way.
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