locked Special Handling of Image Attachments
Nightowl >8# <email@example.com> wrote:
As John is explaining, I wanted to put a picture of our new car inUnless the picture is extracted from a web site somewhere, it will still
have to be attached to the email.
As I understand it (which could be wrong), an "inline" image needs to be in
an HTML message because it depends on HTML code to decode it and put it in
the right place. (And in some cases text readers won't show it at all
because the message headers are such that the email client doesn't realise
the attachment is there.)
Unless the picture is extracted from a web site somewhere, it willThere's a third possibility, the image might be encoded inside the HTML message body itself. See the data: scheme in the background info I posted on GMF:
As I understand it (which could be wrong), an "inline" image needs to beCorrect. In a plain-text message an image can only be conveyed as a file attachment.
(And in some cases text readers won't show it at all because the messageAn email user interface that works only in plain text, or one that is set to display plain text, indeed may not see an inline image at all.