Not Solved [Mail] Mass Mail, broken HTML.
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I've been experiencing a problem lately.

When I send a Mass Mail, the HTML file is received broken. It has some CSS on it which doesn't apply when someone receives the email. In browsers it works fine.

No clue what's going on Toungue
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#2
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Can you show us a source of a broken mail ?
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#3
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If you mean the .html file, here you go.


edit: the broken mail

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Attached Files
.zip   Newsletter.zip (Size: 2.65 KB / Downloads: 49)
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#4
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Well, I only notice 2 things:
- a <unsubscribe></unsubscribe> tag ???
- you use some elements which are not, imho, xhtml 1.0 Transitional (meta viewport, css properties as -webkit-font-smoothing).

Which email client do you use to test ?

BTW, if you receipt the file which is in your .zip, it's not the mailer who is in cause, just the content of the mail.
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#5
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Well, this was a template I downloaded from github.

I used the default mail that the hoster provides. It does the same thing as when I send it through hotmail so, I guess you're right.
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(2015-05-19, 02:20 PM)adsol93 Wrote: I've been experiencing a problem lately.

When I send a Mass Mail, the HTML file is received broken. It has some CSS on it which doesn't apply when someone receives the email. In browsers it works fine.

No clue what's going on Toungue

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