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i have created a mail using some plugin code
i have following text to be set for email desciption
"Hi Meeting is booked........."
above text i need to set for email description field with new line.
Meeting is booked
right now i have written below line.
Email.Attributes["description"]="Hi Meeting is booked.........".
instead of this line what should i write for displaying some text in new line?
You can use html formatting like:
Email.Attributes["description"]="<p>Hi,</p><p>Meeting is booked.........</p>";
Please add <br> tag wherever you required..
Email.Attributes["description"]="Hi Meeting is booked........." + "<br/>".
Thanks Pravin and All,
worked for me.
one more question.
i have one requirement that the e-mail to be marked as ‘High Priority’ in Outlook.
in plugin code.
Can i do that in plugin.
Yes you can set the Priority of Email in outlook through code.
For setting the the Email with High Priority you have the set the deliveryprioritycode attribute which of Option Set type to 2 .
Email.Attributes["deliveryprioritycode"] = new OptionSetValue(2);
Below is the mapping table and official Microsoft Docs link
Hope this will solve your query. Kindly mark this as verified answer if it does.
As always feel free to reach out to me if more assistance is needed.
Have a great day ahead.....
Consultant @ Microsoft India
Thanks abhishek i will try this out.
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