I desperately would like to pass a URL that contains spaces as part of the body of a sendmail from BTM files. I have tried a bunch of solutions - including trying to convert the spaces to %20 sequences. However, although I can get syntax to work on the command line, in a batch file it still ends up broken. so in this: %@replace[ ,^%@char[37 37]20,%OfficialMediaFolder] Which works on the command line - and generates a replacement of ' ' -> %20 of the contents of %OfficialMediaFolder, when executed in my batch, instead I have all spaces replaced with nothing. So "\\Media Server" becomes "\\MediaServer" This is way wrong. :( %@char fails. Escaping it as shown in my @replace function fails. If I could output the url in a format that Outlook would consume from sendmail with spaces in it - that would be fine too! But I cannot figure out how to encode the URL in plaintext for sendmail so that it comes into outlook as a URL (containing spaces).... Help?!!!