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Though not as popular as back in the days, mailto: URLs are sometimes still the best way — and most certainly the easiest — to enable users to send emails from a web application. Typically, they are used in plain regular links that are created with the tag: Send email Depending on the operating system and browser settings, clicking on such a link could invoke a different mail client.
Mailto Link Syntax: The Complete Guide - Yoast
A good mailto link can beat a thousand contact forms and it's way easier to implement. This guide will show you how to get the full benefit, by showing you examples of how to pre-set the body, the subject, the recipient and more! This simple guide to this decades old standard will tell you everything you need to know.