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9.1.16 @email{email-address[, displayed-text]}

Use the @email command to indicate an electronic mail address. It takes one mandatory argument, the address, and one optional argument, the text to display (the default is the address itself).

In Info, the address is shown in angle brackets, preceded by the text to display if any. In TeX, the angle brackets are omitted. In HTML output, @email produces a ‘mailto’ link that usually brings up a mail composition window. For example:

Send bug reports to @email{},
suggestions to the @email{, same place}.


Send bug reports to,
suggestions to the same place.