Feb 012011
 

Here is my ASCII Code generator that I created: ASCII CODE GENERATOR.

MailTo.Link.Using.JavaScript.html

Encrypt.Email.Address.html

Some Mathematics characters are part of the Unicode character set, so you need to declare that in the head of your documents:

<meta http-equiv=”content-type” content=”text/html;charset=utf-8″ />

Display Friendly Code Numerical Code Hex Code Description
  &#8722; &#x2212; Minus Sign
+ + &#43; &#x2B; Plus Sign
± &plusmn; &#177; &#xB1; Plus or Minus Sign
× &times; &#215; &#xD7; Multiplication Sign
÷ &divide; &#247; &#xF7; Division Sign
% % &#37; &#x25; Percent Sign
  &#137; &#x2030; Per Million Sign
= = &#61; &#x3D; Equal Sign
  &#8800; &#x2260; Not Equal To Sign
  &#8776; &#x2248; Approximately Equal Sign
  &#8801; &#x2261; Identical To Sign
< &lt; &#60; &#x3C; Less Than Sign
> &gt; &#62; &#x3E; Greater Than Sign
  &#8804; &#x2264; Less Than or Equal To Sign
  &#8805; &#x2265; Greater Than or Equal To Sign
  &#8734; &#x221E; Infinity Sign
  &#8539; &#x215B; One Eighth Fraction
¼ &frac14; &#188; &#xBC; One Quarter Fraction
  &#8540; &#x215C; Three Eighths Fraction
½ &frac12; &#189; &#xBD; One Half Fraction
  &#8541; &#x215D; Five Eighths Fraction
¾ &frac34; &#190; &#xBE; Three Quarters Fraction
  &#8542; &#x215E; Seven Eighths Fraction
  &#8747; &#x222B; Integral Sign
  &#8706; &#x2202; Partial Differential Sign
  &#8710; &#x2206; Increment Sign
  &#8719; &#x220F; N-ary Product Sign
  &#8721; &#x2211; N-ary Sum Sign
  &#8730; &#x221A; Square Root Sign
  &#8735; &#x221F; Right Angle Sign
  &#8745; &#x2229; Intersection Sign
  &#8729; &#x2219; Bullet Operator
ƒ   &#131; &#x83; Function Sign
  &#8260; &#x2044; Fraction Slash
Sep 142010
 

This creates a javascript function which adds a custom mailto to an href or other object like image or DIV. When clicked it will add custom VARS to the BODY of the email. This is cool when you dont want to use a server side FORM to do this. It also lets the user use their email client of choice.

You could add this to an error page for instance, especially for an internal webapp. For public, you might wanna do this another way. My criteria required for me to do this with a non SS solution and also use the clients mail client of choice. Found online at (http://www.webmasterworld.com/javascript/3290040.htm).

Tested in IE6 and FF2. Works fine when going to Outlook 2003.

 JavaScript.Email.Function.txt

<script type=”text/javascript”>
function emailForm(){

var daReferrer = document.referrer;
var email = “yours@email.com”;
var errorMsg = “here here here is the error error error error”;
var subject = “Exception Error”;
var body_message = “%0D%0D%0D%0DThank you “+name+” for submitting this error to us. Please tell us in the space above, what you were doing when the error occurred.%0D%0DReferring Page: “+daReferrer+” %0D%0DException Error Message:%0D——————————————-%0D”+errorMsg;

var mailto_link = ‘mailto:’+email+’?subject=’+subject+’&body=’+body_message;

win = window.open(mailto_link,’emailWindow’);
if (win && win.open &&!win.closed) win.close();
}
</script>

<div style=”border:2px solid black;padding:10px;”>
Please <a href=”#” onclick=”emailForm();”>Email Support</a>
</div>

Aug 202010
 

Follow these steps to send email to Google Docs.

Email-In Your Documents and Files 
 
You can start new online documents by emailing them directly to this email address:

Robr+Holand-03492889319988315635-B6b993x9@prod.writely.com

To try it, start a new email to the address shown above and:

Enter some text and send the message.
– The message text will be entered into a new online document.
– The title of the document will be the subject of the email message.
Or, attach a supported document
– Each attached document will be converted to HTML and appear as a separate document.
– The title of each document will be the file name of each attachment.
– With attachments, the message text itself will be ignored.
You can use this as a quick way to get a document online, or as an adjunct to how you currently collaborate with others (by forwarding an email that contains an attachment).

Please Note

This email address is unique to you.
The address itself is long and complicated-looking just to help keep people from guessing it.
You should receive an email confirmation for each document.
If you don’t receive a confirmation message, that means the document(s) didn’t make it online. If this is the case, please make sure you are using the email address shown above and that your e-mail is functioning correctly.
 

Jul 122010
 

Subject: Sending Faxes From Your Email Client

You can send a Fax Thru Email message to any fax number using your email account. It doesn’t matter what email program you use, all you have to do is make sure the email address for the account matches the email address you listed when you set up your Fax Thru Email account. The “From” email address in your email client must be the same as the email address in your Fax Thru Email account.

To Send a Fax Through Your Email Client
1. Log on to your email client using the account you use with Fax Thru Email.
2. Compose a new email message.
3. In the To field, type faxout@faxthruemail.com.
4. In the Subject field, enter the recipient’s fax number (for example: 480-123-4567).
5. If your Fax Thru Email account requires a password, in the Subject field, after the recipient’s fax number, enter a space and your password.
6. Add the document(s) you want to send in the fax as a file attachment to the email message. Do not enter any information in the body of the email message. Fax Thru Email removes all information in the body of your email message.
7. Send the email message.
NOTE: The “From” email address must match the “Account Email Address.” Fax Thru Email checks that these two addresses match when validating the outgoing fax. If you enabled the Remote Faxing Password feature, the system checks to ensure the password in the subject line of the email message is accurate and valid.

Mar 162010
 
  • Incoming Server Settings
    Port
    IMAP without SSL – 143
    IMAP with SSL – 993
    POP without SSL – 110
    For POP with SSL – 995
    (Optional) This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL)
    Select to enable.
  • Outgoing Server Settings
    Port
    Without SSL – One of the following: 25, 80, 3535, 587
    With SSL – 465
    (Optional) This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL)
    Select to enable.

POP.SECURESERVER.NET

SMTPOUT.SECURESERVER.NET