In addition to including normal links in email messages, you can also use links like imessage://firstname.lastname@example.org to allow someone to click and start a conversation in Messages. Just substitute your own Apple ID email address. You can also use facetime://email@example.com to have them start a FaceTime call to you. Web pages and social media posts can also use these, though it probably only makes sense to have a public link if you are doing sales or customer support for something and using a company Apple ID.
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