Having had to give up on using the AWS SES node because of an issue with sending html emails (I’ve just seen the patch is coming in the next version though), I reverted to using the ‘Send Email’ node instead. It works, kind of, but I’m having some weird little issues.
For the scenario I am pulling the email, email subject, and email body from AirTable and sending it to recipients.
The issues I’m experiencing are as follows:
In the ‘Send Email’ node if I use an expression to pull in the email body from AirTable (which is in long text, rich text format) into the HTML section of the node, the received email (once activating the workflow) loses all it’s formatting in that it has no paragraphs etc (just one big block of text), but retains the clickable url links (to a survey).
So because of Q1 I then resorted to bring in the email body into the ‘Text’ section of the ‘Send Email’ node (as opposed to the HTML section). Now this has actually worked in that the email arrives perfectly as expected, email formatted and with links, with the exception that it although works on desktop and any of my mobile emails that have been routed through google business services, it doesn’t quite work in that none of the links are clickable (blue) in my non-gmail provided mobile account. Why on earth would this be? My worry is, that anyone that hasn’t had their email provided/connected by gmail won’t be able to click on any of the links in the email.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
PS Just incase it’s important I’m using a verified DKIM setup AWS SES SMTP.