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Thread began 8/30/2009 1:39 pm by pascal267973 | Last modified 9/03/2009 2:35 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1226 views | 5 replies |

pascal267973

Embedded images

Hi,

Is there a way to embed an image as part of the main body of a message instead of linking to the image?

Thanks

Pascal

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

No, you must use a link to the image in order to show it in the email body.

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pascal267973

Hi Jason,

Thank you for your response.

Is this something you are likely to implement in the near future?

Regards

Pascal

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

An image that displays in the email cannot be embedded in the email. it must be a link to the image on a web server.


you could send a file as an attachment, but that is not something that will display in the email. See the "Sending Email Attachments with Digital File Pro and Universal Email" tutorial in the How To Section of the Universal Email support page:
universal-email/

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pascal267973

Hi Jason,

I believe it can be done since other systems such as XPertMailer, PHPMailer and Email Marketer make this possible.

Thanks

Pascal

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I'm not familiar with image embedding, I dont think it is likely to be included in universal Email in the near future, you could post in the wishlist forum to have this considered for a future upgrade.

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