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Discussion on Holiday Mail

Discussion on Holiday Mail

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Work it on Outlook 2007 ?

yup tested in both outlook 2003 and 2007, will work.

Thanks for the quick reply. But how can this be integrated into Outlook 2007, because only supports Outlook 2003 HTML ! Would nice to get some information, would have great interest!

best Regards

both 2003 and 2007 support html emails,

one easy way to do this is to upload these files to web server,

then browse to holiday_mail.html via your web browser (chrome/firefox).

press ctrl+a to select entire page and ctrl+c to copy it.

now create new email in outlook 2007/ 2003 or any web based email clients, click in the message field and press ctrl+v to paste.

this will create all image links to your webpage automatically.

you can serach google to find how to send these as attachemnt if you dont want to use webserver. but usually ppl dont recommend sending as attachment.

Hello Anique,

Tell me please how can I change the black background to another colour?

Thank you, Costin

have mailed you the updated version.

also submitted the update here aswell. images are now gif graphics so you can change background by simply modifying html code.2 color variations are included for demonstration purpose. it will be here shortly :)


Your support was fantastic! Everything is perfect now.

Thanks, Costin

Glad it worked out for you :) thanks for your feedback into this.

Dude you forgot to include the following tags : <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC ”-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1 .0 Transitional//EN” “http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd”>

I spent 2 hours figuring out the issue as my email marketing software wont take it.

Also your CSS class on top gets stripped by Gmail and outlook! your styling should be inline only!

Sorry bro but if i needed to rewrite this to work for me i wouldn’t have bought it!

What is your refund policy?

doc type in html newsletter have no effect if they are declared or not. Webmail services display the HTML as part of their own document and desktop clients have their own standard HTML renderers so they will just ignore the doctype.

just for reference this is best sold newsletter by bitpub http://bitpublimedia.ro/themeforest/versatile-v3/dark-1.html see the source, it dosnt use any doctype itself

sorry for inconvenience though


Just one question to be sure: can I use your files directly in MailChimp, customize the text and send it ? Will it display properly on:

- Outlook 2003, 2007 & 2010 - Gmail (IE, Chrome & FF) - Yahoo! (IE, Chrome & FF) - Hotmail (IE, Chrome & FF)

Thanks for your reply.

Regards, Flo’

you can not use mailchimp tags in it directly but you can customize text via mailchimp editor and mail it

tested in all clients so should appear fine

I’ve got a Gmail table spacing issue, the Holiday Mail works fine in all browsers and in Outlook, but not in Gmail were I get black spaces between the white tables…

Can the color of the envelope be easily changed or is that an image?

Yes.they are PSD files.you can easily edit the design and colors

Is this mobile responsive, template?


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