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A friend wants to create a QR code that sends an e-mail with the subject line and body of the e-mail pre-drafted. Can that be done?

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Yes, it's possible. You can use for example this free web service (select "email" tab).

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Resurrecting this thread for anyone still interested.

The answer above is perfectly valid if you are looking at creating a specific QR code only once.

If you are looking at doing this programmatically, you might be better off using some sort of QR-encoding library for whatever programming language you use, and use the MATMSG syntax to generate this on the fly.

See the reference here: http://www.labnol.org/internet/email-with-qr-code/19610/

Specifically, the syntax is

MATMSG:TO:

john@example.com;

SUB:

Subject here

BODY:

Message body here
;;

You can also use the normal HTML mailto notation if that makes it easier for you.

I hope this helps!

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