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Formatting Email Sender - Mirth 1.7.1

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  • Formatting Email Sender - Mirth 1.7.1

    I am having an issue getting emails sent by the email destination formatted correctly.

    I am trying to send this three line message:
    FirstName LastName has a service of LAB at 01/05/2008 09:32
    VIP = 1 Pat Type = OP
    Location = DHL
    My problem is I am either getting no carriage returns, or extra.

    In the body of my message, I tried just hitting return to end a line. It shows correctly in the dialog box, but not in the email. It all runs together. I then tried creating a 'crLF' variable defined as '[backslash]r[backslash]n'. When I use that, I get double spacing.

    Is there something I am missing?

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    Re:Formatting Email Sender - Mirth 1.7.1

    This has followed me to Mirth 1.8 as well.

    The body of my Email Sender task looks like this:
    ${AlertList}
    ${FirstName} ${LastName} has a service of ${MedicalService} at ${admit_date} ${admit_time}
    VIP = ${VIPCode} Pat Type = ${PatientType}
    Location = ${ServiceLocation}

    The first line is correctly on one line. The next three lines all run together.

    Any ideas??

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      Re:Formatting Email Sender - Mirth 1.7.1

      Hi wseay,

      In 1.8 the Email Sender has an HTML option. You can try the <P> and <BR/> tags to force line breaks. We'll look into fixing it for the plain text option.
      Gerald Bortis | Chief Information Officer | Mirth Corporation

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