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Mailing give "X" where the images should be

Thread began 4/26/2011 6:11 am by werecat321138 | Last modified 5/13/2011 6:52 am by werecat321138 | 1495 views | 7 replies


Mailing give "X" where the images should be

I followed all the steps, created the mailing and then sent the test message to myself to preview and all I get are "X's where the images should be. I looked on the server and compared the file locations and everthing appears fine. The same is true for the template background. Nothing shows up at all.

When I preview the mailing from within the application everything shows fine. Where is the disconnect? I tried sending to gmail, yahoo, outlook, etc and they all show "X's where the images should be.

This is what I get when I do a view source from Outlook:

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC \"-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN\" \"\">
<img alt=\"\" src=\"\" style=\"width: 770px; height: 135px;\" /></p>
<img alt=\"\" src=\"\" style=\"width: 593px; height: 768px;\" /></p>
You are receiving this email because you are a member of the SBCA.&nbsp; If you wish to be removed<br />
from these mailings, please contact the webmaster at:&nbsp; <a href=\"\"></a></p>

Thank you to anyone who can help. I wish there was more documentation. I hate the thought of paying for support for something that's probably easy to fix.

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