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Creating and Editing Messages

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  1. About image and web hosting
  2. About reusing content from old emails
  3. About using CSS and JavaScript
  4. Adding "view in web browser" links to a message
  5. Adding an unsubscribe link
  6. Adding call-to-action buttons to your message
  7. Adding Cc and Bcc recipients to your message
  8. Adding custom email headers
  9. Adding Facebook and Twitter links to a message
  10. Adding Forward to a Friend links to a message
  11. Adding images to a message
  12. Adding links to a message
  13. Attaching a file to your message
  14. Attaching calendar events to your message
  15. Changing the default message font
  16. Changing the message background color
  17. Changing the message color scheme
  18. Checking your message for broken links
  19. Choosing an email template
  20. Creating a new message
  21. Creating custom plain-text alternatives
  22. Creating email signatures
  23. Creating links that send email when clicked
  24. Customizing email preview text (preheader)
  25. Disabling CSS inlining
  26. Editing the HTML source code of a message
  27. Finding additional email templates
  28. Importing message content from a web page
  29. Importing message content from HTML, Word, RTF, OpenOffice, or Text documents
  30. Importing templates from Apple Mail
  31. Importing templates from Campaign Monitor
  32. Importing templates from Equinux Mail Designer
  33. Importing templates from MailChimp
  34. Including video in a message
  35. Mobile-optimized templates
  36. Organizing your messages into folders
  37. Personalizing messages with if/else logic
  38. Personalizing messages with mail-merge tags
  39. Previewing email on mobile devices
  40. Previewing what sent messages will look like
  41. Previewing what your email looks like in other email clients
  42. Removing the Direct Mail logo from email footers
  43. Saving a message as a template
  44. Selecting the social sharing image that appears on Facebook and Twitter
  45. Sending plain-text messages
  46. Setting the default template for new messages
  47. Specifying message text encodings
  48. Testing messages for spam content
  49. Using email templates from other apps and websites
  50. Using email templates from ThemeForest
  51. Why emails look different in various email programs