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email image link to website is replaced by img-file (of much lower quality) after sending email

Hi, I encounter the following issue.

I have a htm-code for email signature (Outlook 2007) as follows:

<img width=708 height=80 id="_x0000_i1025" src="http://www.zzz.com/images/signature/image.jpg" alt="http://www.zzz.com/images/signature/image.jpg">.

While preparing the email the external image file is shown correct. However after sending the email the code above has been altered in:

<img border=0 width=708 height=80 id="_x0000_i1025" src="cid:image001.jpg@01CC538C.9FE05DB0" alt="http://www.zzz.com/images/signature/image.jpg"> and the image that you now see is of a much lower quality then the original.

What is happening and how can this be prevented?

Thanks for your replies!


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8/22/2022 - Mon

Looks like the image is becoming embedded within the email.  See here: http://www.emailsignature.eu/phpBB2/embedded-vs-linked-images-t182.html

What system are you sending via (eg Exchange)?

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Alan thanks. That was indeed the case. In Outlook 2007 (which I am using) I did not find the options you mentioned. However, I did find the place to set this for the Outlook 2007 on this site: http://www.msoutlook.info/question/72

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