Android :: How To Send Html Content In Email Body?
May 13, 2010
I am using android code with html tag.. but in mail getting same HTML tag please help me how can i send html link ... the code is giving below
Intent emailIntent = new Intent(android.content.Intent.ACTION_SEND);
emailIntent.putExtra(android.content.Intent.EXTRA_EMAIL, new String
Is there any way of adding images to the body of the mail (i.e Compose). I have some text with images that I want to dump into the compose of the mail. I don't need to add image has an attachment. I guess the Compose is an Edit Text. I wonder is it possible to add images to it?
I am using the webview control in android to show the html content. But I face a problem that in webview I have to fix the height so thats why if html content contains less data then it wasted the space. Is there any solution to solve this problem that how can I show only same content as html has in the webview without any wasted space please help. following xml i used to draw webview is this right? In this i give fix height to webview. if i am not giving fix height then it will show only 1 line data with scroll.
I have a Motorola Droid running Android version 2.2. Every so often I will receive email on my Droid from a POP3 account where the subject line does not match the body of the e-mail. For example I will receive on my Droid an e-mail from Amazon confirming order shipment but the body of the e-mail will be an advertisement from Hertz, HP, etc. The Amazon e-mail body is not shown. If I look in Gmail online it is fine so this so this is only on the Droid.
I am using Nitro Desk's Touchdown application as my Exchange application, and I'm using it to send HTML format emails. I would like to change the font & font size in my outgoing emails, but I don't really understand how the "Email body style" setting works.
I dont know if its something I did or not but...when I try to forward emails from my Droid Gmail account I get a message that says "Send this message without text in the body". If I continue then it forwards but nothing comes with it.
My application generates an HTML file which needs to be displayed to the user . For this purpose I'm using the loadData() API provided by Webview. This HTML file is updated every 2 secs & the same is loaded again using loadData() to display the updated values. On reloading the file the Webview starts displaying again from the top of the file causing the user to always scroll down to the location where he previously was. This causes a very bad user experience. To overcome this issue an alternative that I could think of was to split the file to multiple files that can exactly fit in the the screen. For this I need to find the height of the HTML content that can loaded in a web view. From the WebView documentation I found that an API getContentHeight() is provided for this purpose. Although this method returns me 0 on the first attempt. On subsequent attempt it gives me the height of the page that was previously loaded.
I am trying to add an HTML content to a web view. If the words in the HTML content are without spaces then webview keeps that particular word on the same line.I want that content to be wrapped and be on the next line.Is it possible to do that.I am attaching a sample code that can reproduce the issue.
There is description tag in xml. It contains the html tags. I am using SAX parser in android to parse. But when it fetch data from the description tag then it does not fetch the html contents, not any tags. Then how i solve the problem of the html content parsing from the XML using SAX parser.
I am working on my first Android Application. Now wat I want to do is to make a POST request to a restfull service running on server and I want the BODY of this request to be a JSon String. I am using GSon to generate the JSon to send to server. The code I am using to make the POST request follows:
I'd like users to be able to send emails from my app and the client would like the message body to be html-formatted. They look nicer and the message includes a rather ugly url that would be better placed inside an anchor tag.
I've seen some older queries on the web asking how to do this but have not been able to find a definitive answer.
Is it possible to use an Intent.ACTION_SEND (or some other method) to send an email pre-set with an html-formatted message body?
I want is to automatically compose an e-mail with a subject line, recipient address and an image attachment, and an e-mail app should then pop up with this automatically composed message, to let the user decide whether to send, edit or discard the message.
When using the Exchange ActiveSync mail, I'm trying to enable the HTC Incredible to view e-mail in HTML format.I've gone to Settings --> Send & Receive... but the "Message Format" option is greyed out and not enabled.I then tried switching the "Mail size limit" from 10KB to "Entire Mail" as one user suggested for the HTC Hero on Sprint - but that didn't seem to work either.I've also seen in places that Exchange 2007 or 2010 is required to get HTML email... we're about to upgrade, but we're currently on Exchange 2003 - so that could be the cause of the issue for whatever reason.Has anyone had any luck with this on the HTC Incredible?
Is there any way to view HTML emails with HTC mail viewer? I know I can with the googlemail app. I have tried changing email size to "No Limit" but the option below of "message format" is greyed out as "plain text". Any way to change this to HTML?
But not returning cursor when I run the following code. Uri uri = Uri.parse("content://com.android.email.provider/account"); Cursor cursor = mContext.getContentResolver().query(uri, null, null,null,null); How I can access email contents?
I have searched and haven't been able to find any threads with one of my issues, so I apologize in advance if I missed one. Anyways, my DX has been working flawlessly since I got it back on 10/6. Sunday, 10/31, my DX quit syncing just my corporate Exchange 2003 emails, then yesterday it started not sending emails as well and now, this morning, it quit syncing my personal email. Corporate email will sync manually, just not push. I have rebooted several times, pulled the battery several times, and also deleted both my Exchange account and my personal account and re-added both and the problem still persists. I don't have any task killer apps installed and haven't recently added any apps since the issues started. Anyone have an idea what may be causing the lack of push (in and out) on both of my accounts?
Hello! I'm trying to set up my wife's droid 2. She uses outlook at work. I have outlook webmail set up on her phone. She is able to receive work emails but can not reply or send an email on her phone. It always says message not sent. Is there a setting I'm missing?
I've searched loads of threads on the forum but can't an answer for this! I like having my Hotmail pushed to me and because the HTC client doesn't support Hotmail push I've downloaded and used the stock android email.apk. It works fine (pushes) but the emails are not HTML. There is no option to display as HTML but I've seen it display HTML from other email clients!