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Thom Little
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      07-28-2004
The following handler when clicked will invoke the e-mail client.
Unfortunately, after the e-mail is sent a blank page is displayed on the
browser.

What is the technique for displaying the e-mail client and when the e-mail
is sent control is returned to the invoking webpage? What was your source
for the information?

private void btnComments_Click(object sender, System.EventArgs e)
{
Response.Redirect( "mailto:Thom Little <(E-Mail Removed)>" );
}

(Yes this is the code behind equivalent of a simple <a href="mailto...)
(This question was moved over from the webservices newsgroup.)

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