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  Subject: Re: Subject: Re: several addesses in mailto and Lion   -   Carlo Rubini
   Re: Subject: Re: Subject: Re: several addesses in mailto and Lion   -   Charles Yeomans
   Re: Subject: Re: Subject: Re: several addesses in mailto and Lion   -   Greg O'Lone

Subject: Re: Subject: Re: several addesses in mailto and Lion
Date: 02.08.13 12:37 (Fri, 2 Aug 2013 17:37:30 +0600)
From: Carlo Rubini
<email address removed> said:

See RFC 2368 and 822

> I'm pretty sure it should look like
> mailto: "lala" <<email address removed>>, "jaja"<<email address removed>>,"pala"<<email address removed>>


tried it. Same marred output.

Ir really seems that with several addresses, only the email parts should be part of the mailto string (<email address removed>,<email address removed>)

Thanks,

Carlo

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Re: Subject: Re: Subject: Re: several addesses in mailto and Lion
Date: 02.08.13 15:19 (Fri, 2 Aug 2013 10:19:59 -0400)
From: Charles Yeomans

On Aug 2, 2013, at 7:37 AM, Carlo Rubini <<email address removed>> wrote:

> <email address removed> said:
>
> See RFC 2368 and 822
>
>> I'm pretty sure it should look like
>> mailto: "lala" <<email address removed>>, "jaja"<<email address removed>>,"pala"<<email address removed>>
> tried it. Same marred output.
>
> Ir really seems that with several addresses, only the email parts should be part of the mailto string (<email address removed>,<email address removed>)
>

The definitive source for the mailto: scheme appears to be RFC 6068: The 'mailto' URI Scheme . It incorporates parts of RFC 5322 by reference. Of course, what ultimately matters is how browsers handle the scheme. In short

The problem with the code above is the use of double quotes. The following URL works in Safari, Firefox, and Google Chrome.

mailto: lala <<email address removed>>, jaja <<email address removed>> ,pala <<email address removed>>

But as far as I can tell from RFC 6068, the safest thing would be to use this URL.

mailto:<email address removed>, <email address removed>,<email address removed>


Charles Yeomans

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Re: Subject: Re: Subject: Re: several addesses in mailto and Lion
Date: 02.08.13 14:13 (Fri, 2 Aug 2013 09:13:07 -0400)
From: Greg O'Lone
Ah, wait. Are you running encodeUrlComponent on the "values" ?

Also, you might try enclosing each full email address in quotes. "Layla <<email address removed>>"

Greg O'Lone
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Xojo, Inc.

On Aug 2, 2013, at 7:37 AM, Carlo Rubini <<email address removed>> wrote:

> <email address removed> said:
>
> See RFC 2368 and 822
>
>> I'm pretty sure it should look like
>> mailto: "lala" <<email address removed>>, "jaja"<<email address removed>>,"pala"<<email address removed>>
> tried it. Same marred output.
>
> Ir really seems that with several addresses, only the email parts should be part of the mailto string (<email address removed>,<email address removed>)
>
> Thanks,
>
> Carlo
>
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