You can use the %random% variable in Windows to create a file with a random number in the file name. From the DOS prompt just type: copy con %random%.txt. Type whatever you want in the file then save it by pressing the F6 key.
Tested in IE6 and FF2. Works fine when going to Outlook 2003.
var daReferrer = document.referrer;
var email = “firstname.lastname@example.org”;
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();
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