a puzzlement..

John Sessoms johnsessoms at yahoo.com
Fri Jun 29 22:43:58 EDT 2018

On 6/29/2018 21:34, lrc at red4est.com wrote:
> On June 29, 2018 2:38:01 PM PDT, Darren Addy <pixelsmithy at gmail.com> wrote:

>> My next question would be whether there is some way to put code in a
>> subject line so that a link APPEARED to go one place, but actually
>> went another. THAT would be especially dangerous, as you might think
>> you were going somewhere safe and instead be doing the opposite.
>> Outlook does not show you the actual destination of a link in the
>> subject line (anywhere that I can see).
> Maybe with an http href tag.
> <a href=target url> pretend url </a>

Would that work against someone who insists on only accepting plain text email?

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