Email Link Encoder

set mailto html & mailto subject, avoid spammers

Turn Your Email: me@my.com

Into MailTo HTML: Contact Me

Make Your Email Address Clickable

This email encoder allows you to easily create mailto html that you can copy/paste into your email signature, blog, or website.


MailTo Form

OUTPUT


How it works:

  1. In the form above, type the email you would like to put in your email signature (Outlook, gmail, yahoo, etc.), blog, or website.

  2. Choose if you want to make it hard for spammers to get your email from your blog or website. This transforms the html generated from readable letters into numbers that look meaningless.

    Unencoded example: <a href="mailto:my.email@example.com...
    Encoded example: <a href="&#x6D;&#x61;&#x69;&#x6C;...

  3. (Optional/Advanced) Add a default mailto subject, body, or other parameters to your clickable mailto html link.

  4. Copy the output and paste it in. Note that if you are pasting into a WYSIWYG editor such as the signature editor of Gmail, select the "Contact Me" link and copy that instead of the raw HTML that you would paste into an HTML document.

Give it a try!


Examples:

  1. Easily Create a Basic MailTo Link: Generate a mailto link without having to know or remember how to manually create and encode one.

  2. Campaign Emails: Provide an email link addressed to your Senator or Representative that -when clicked on by your readers / followers- opens a mail client such as Outlook or Gmail. The email will be autmatically populated by the subject you choose and the body will contain the letter to be sent.

  3. Social Share or Self Email for Your Visitors: Put a link on your page to allow your blog or website visitors to share your site link and maybe a tagline with their network. A visitor can also use this link to easily send him or herself a quick email automatically populated with your site's link and tagline and a few typed in reminder notes by the guest.

  4. Email Signatures: Add a link in your email addressed to yourself with default templates depending on the context of your correspondance.

  5. Encoded Email Links: Place on your blog or website encoded email links addressed to yourself with default templates depending on the context of your page. Encoding your mailto links makes it harder for spammers to collect your email address.

Give it a try!

FAQ:

  1. Will you use the email I enter here?

    No. I don't store anything. There is no database backend to this page. I don't even know what I could do with random email addresses.

  2. Can I send you feedback or ask you a question?

    Sure! I would love to hear from you. Contact Me