Sending e-mail

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Kevin O'Hara
Kevin O'Hara on 21 Feb 2011
Answered: Adam Jems on 25 Sep 2018
I am sending an e-mail from MatLab using the following code:
h = actxserver('outlook.application'); mail = h.CreateItem('olMail'); mail.Subject = mTitle; mail.BodyFormat = 'olFormatHTML'; mail.HTMLBody = Text;
Text is string with multiple lines in it. How can I tell Outlook that I need carriage return or two after each line?

Accepted Answer

Jiro Doke
Jiro Doke on 21 Feb 2011
I was able to do it by changing the Body property (instead of HTMLBody):
mail.Body = sprintf('This is line one.\nThis is line two.');

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 21 Feb 2011
HTML is independent of line boundaries, so there might not be a method provided for that. Code <br> or <P> where you need line breaks.

Adam Jems
Adam Jems on 25 Sep 2018
I also tried this code but I was unable to send email to matlab through my account .i don't know is this due to my firewall or something else .whenever I try to send it shows an error message . for more details regarding this visit - AT&T Email Support



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