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How can I send email using javascript?
please, just give code me just here.
please try don't answer by link other site.
please help me.
Posted 13-Sep-12 8:05am
Updated 13-Sep-12 8:15am
Joan M91.3K
Wes Aday 13-Sep-12 14:07pm
"just give code", okay fair enough. Just as soon as you pay me for my time I will give you the code.
misaq yarian 13-Sep-12 14:10pm
ok thanks mr
aspnet_regiis 13-Sep-12 14:12pm
Just give your just one day's salary to just one of us and you will just get the code.. Do you just agree ?
misaq yarian 13-Sep-12 14:17pm
no iam want code javascript but free
Joan Murt 13-Sep-12 14:21pm
We won't give you the code... You've seen how this site works, you've written several questions already. You should know that asking that would end in tears.
Wes Aday 13-Sep-12 14:26pm
Have you searched or Googled for a solution?
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Wes Aday 13-Sep-12 14:28pm
"one day's salary", now what on earth would I do with $.50 USD?
misaq yarian 13-Sep-12 14:28pm
mr the question previous is deleted
aspnet_regiis 13-Sep-12 14:30pm
Wes !! To the point as always :)
Joan Murt 13-Sep-12 14:33pm
Soon, I guess, you will also be deleted...
misaq yarian 13-Sep-12 14:39pm
what say joan murt? please shut up
Wes Aday 13-Sep-12 14:47pm
He has 3 strikes now.
Joan Murt 13-Sep-12 14:56pm
Faster than a rocket to the oblivion...
misaq yarian 13-Sep-12 15:00pm
what do you oblivion?
Mohibur Rashid 13-Sep-12 21:02pm
nice, I would have vote 5 if it was an answer.
Wes Aday 13-Sep-12 21:12pm
Thanks but it's copied straight from the posting guidelines. This guy won't read them so I posted them :-) Not that it did any good.

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Solution 1

Shortly: you can not.
Longer: you can, if you have a server side backend, that will be called from client side with the parameters needed - and that backend would actually send out the email via a proper provider. Theoretically you can make ajax calls to some email providers, but you would have to embed your username and password in the html code, thus you would give it out to everyone.

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