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Sending HTML form with images via e-mail

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Hello everyone!

I am trying to send a confirmation e-mail that is an HTML form with pictures attached, i.e. without having to make the recipient load the images from an external site after receiving the e-mail.

I have so far been able to send an HTML e-mail using MailMessage, so that part I know.

Thanks in advance.

Sincerely,
Taarik.
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