Preparing an email newsletter- images question?

  Bansaw 00:57 25 Feb 11
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I am doing an email newsletter, preparing it in Outlook.
In it, I am inserting a few small gif images.
I am not pointing to a place online but rather including them in the email.

I assume, because I am sending the images in the email they will display immediately?

  Forum Editor 09:00 26 Feb 11

Outlook blocks all images in an html email message by default, and your recipients would have to load the images with a right click option. This can irritate your recipients, and - like fourm member- I recommend using a different approach.

If you want to look professional, send your recipients an email with a link to a web-page.

I assume that all your recipients have given their consent to receiving emails of this kind - you mustn't send to them unless that's the case.

  Bansaw 13:52 26 Feb 11

thanks, yes I have consent and sent many times before.
ok, I might go the way I've always done it: as a PDF attachment.

  Forum Editor 17:01 26 Feb 11

That's a much better idea.

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