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Embed image in an email

I'm working on a code to embed a image to an email. So the recipient will be able to see the image in offline mode and can print the email with the pictures. the pictures will be from the image folder of the site.
SmtpMail.SmtpServer = " "
                Dim CardSendEMail As New MailMessage
                CardSendEMail.From = EmailFromTxt.Text
                CardSendEMail.To = emailToTxt.Text
                CardSendEMail.Subject = " E - Card For You"
                CardSendEMail.BodyFormat = MailFormat.Html
                Dim strTemp As String
                strTemp += "<html>"
                strTemp += "<head>"
                strTemp += "<style>"
                strTemp += "td{"
                strTemp += "font-family:arial;"
                strTemp += "font-size:12px;"
                strTemp += "}"
                strTemp += "</style>"
                strTemp += "</head>"
                strTemp += "<body>"
                strTemp += "<table border=0 cellspacing=4 cellpadding=0>"
                strTemp += "<tr><td></td>E - greetings website</tr>"
                strTemp += "<tr><td>Date Created:" & lbldateCreated.Text & "</td></tr>"
                strTemp += "<tr><td>To:" & RecipientNametxt.Text & "</td></tr>"
                strTemp += "<tr><td>" & messagetxt.Text & "</td></tr>"
                strTemp += "<tr><td>From:" & senderNametxt.Text & "</td></tr>"
 
                strTemp += "<tr><td><a href='http://67.128.94.18/CorpEcards/retrieveRecCard.aspx?id=" & i & "'>http://67.128.94.18/corpEcards/retrieveRecCard.aspx?id=" & i & "</a></td></tr>"
                strTemp += "</table>"
                strTemp += "</body>"
                strTemp += "</html>"
                CardSendEMail.Body = strTemp
                SmtpMail.Send(CardSendEMail)
                Response.Redirect("Cardsent.aspx")

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JMT116Commented:
I think this tutorial will provide you with the solution you need.  It uses an alternateView and a linkedResource.
http://www.codeproject.com/kb/IP/EmailByjebarson.aspx
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EdFernan1016Author Commented:
thanks for the immediate responds. We are still using asp version 1 and the code from the url you send me is for asp version 2.0.
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EdFernan1016Author Commented:
Thanks, I finally figure it out myself by going to your link and browse the internet for similar problems.
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