How to enter a hyperlink containing a space into an E-mail
To manually specify that a group of words containing spaces is an address and should be represented by a hyperlink, simply surround the text with the left and right angle brackets.
That is to say, prefix the address with the < character and terminate it with the > character. For example, how to use the angle brackets to discern a Web address:
<http://www.example of an address with spaces.htm>.
Note that you can enter the angle brackets as you type the address or afterward. In either case, Outlook makes the address a hyperlink. In fact, Outlook makes any text surrounded by angle brackets a hyperlink.
A second way of entering an address with spaces that should be treated as a hyperlink is to insert the value %20 (the hex value for a space) for each space. Using this technique, the previous example address would be entered as follows: