How to host an Experience fragments in an email template?

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Hello,

We are trying to create an Experience fragments and expose /host the fragment static content in an e-mail template.

The idea here is, in AEM author will create page/fragment with static content with help of AEM components. And will export the page in the form of HTML along with CSS & script and place it in an email templates.

But it seems there are limitations in mail clients AEM CSS will not load in email templates. 

https://templates.mailchimp.com/resources/email-client-css-support/

https://www.emailonacid.com/blog/article/email-development/12_things_you_must_know_when_developing_f...

Is anyone tried to export the Experience fragments in to an email template. Any best practices to crate an experience fragments and export the fragments in an email template like mentioned above.

Thanks,

Narayana.

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This is not the way to proceed if you want to email content created with experience fragments.

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any approach, best practices ... any references to host experience fragment static content in an email. I don’t see a lot of information on this experience fragments related.

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The following provides an approach to creating emails using Experience Fragments for delivery using Adobe Campaign and not sure if the same can be done in AEM:

Experiencing Adobe Experience Manager - Day CQ: AEM 64 - Creating Dynamic Brand specific Emails usin...

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Yeah that article is about on Adobe Campaign, but here we are trying to achieve the same from AEM.