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Gmail  does not display images when sending daily post summary

Posted on 2015-01-29
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When I send out emails to subscribers, Chrome displays only the frames.  I have already verified that the Content Setting for  images shows "Display all images (recommended)." This only happens in Chrome.

Attached are the images for the way it looks now and the way it should look
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I have just about every email client both desktop and webmail.  The first time you send me an email with images, it will look like your first image because all of the email clients that I have will block images until I ok them to be displayed.  This is not your choice, if you send to me, it is my choice.
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