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ovjr

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I am trying to send an email that has a flyer or newsletter on it that shows up when the email is opened or previewed. I don't want someone making a decission whether our not to open an attachment. I have gotten these in the past and would like to know how they do it. I tried to send a message and paste a JEPG and tried to paste a Publisher flyer that I created in the email body but could not. It wanted me to do it as an attachment. Anybody got any help for me? Thanks.
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Decisions on whether attachments are to be opened are made at the receivers end and nothing you do will change that.
Anyway you can send HTML emails through appropriate programs that load images from websites and what not, but these can be incredibly irritating and unreadable to people who read emails in plain text.
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Thanks for the info. I guess I will not do it.
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