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Wrong image URL in sent emails

Thread began 7/18/2012 7:55 pm by sublucent | Last modified 7/25/2012 4:52 pm by sublucent | 854 views | 7 replies

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Wrong image URL in sent emails

Hello

When I upload images with PM and insert them into emails the URL inputs /newsletter/imagesadmin/image.gif and it shows the image in the email editor, but when the email is sent the image URL is sent as image.gif.

It works and emails correctly if I add www.mywebsite.com/ to the URL in image properties. What code do I have to change to have the whole URL insert automatically when selecting an uploaded image? I don't want my client to have to type that in every time.

Thanks for your help.

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