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HTML in Send Notification Workflow

Hello - 


Has anyone embedded HTML in an email notification workflow? I'm new to this and this is one of my first tasks. 


I need to be able to embed the HTML as well as force OO to send the email in HTML and not plain text.


Any help would be much appreciated!

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Welcome to the world of OO!
Search for an operation "send mail"

body : <code your HTML content on this input>
htmlEmail : Value: true

there are other inputs that needs to be configured ("to", "mailhost"... etc)

From the operations description tag (which will become your best friend)
Sends an smtp email

Input Parameters:
hostname - hostname or ip address of smtp server
port - port smtp service is listening
from - from email address
to - email address(s) or recipients
subject - email subject
body - body of the email
htmlEmail - true or false, whether the email should be sent supporting html rich email.
readReceipt - true or false, whether or not to request a read receipt
attachments - comma separated list of files to attach (must be full path)
username - if SMTP authentication is needed, the username to send
password - the password to use

success - successfully sent the email
failure - failed to send the email
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Thank you for your time and information, Jarod! I will take a look.

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