Msg#: 3642505 posted 4:10 am on May 6, 2008 (gmt 0)
If you had the choice - what would you build and send your e-newsletter out as? PDF or HTML? I can do both - but I would like to hear the opinions of others, and what your thoughts would be regarding this situation. I could make the newsletter as a straight HTML doc that would be read in the consumers inbox - or just email a link to where the PDF resides. Would you say most people have Adobe Acrobat on their computers these days? What about mac users?
Msg#: 3642505 posted 9:40 am on May 6, 2008 (gmt 0)
My previous company (a few years ago now) didn't provide web access but did give us external email. I used to hate people who sent me emails that assumed that email implied a browser. When I arrived at my present company we had web access but email was still forwarded to a mainframe system. (I am still not convinced that Outlook was an improvement)
My own newsletters are plain text because I started them when I had these problems and assumed that others at work may be in the same position.