Could I create a mailto link with subject that dynamically fills in the current page URL?

Hi,

I would like to create a mailto link in confluence markup that puts the current page's URL in the subject part.

For a normal mailto link, I know I could try [mailto:foo@bar.com?subject=baz], but I don't seem to know of any convenient way to put a macro so that I could insert the current page URL in the subject.

Any tips?

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Hi! A simple macro could look like this:

## @noparams
<a href="mailto:foo@bar.com?subject=$space.getName() $content.getDisplayTitle()">Mail</a>

This worked for me, using the reporting macro:

[Order article|mailto:email@email.com?subject=Article Request: {report-info:title|source=@self}]

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