Inserted Picture Gets Forced to 32x32


C

Chris Y

I inserted a picture into my email body (HTML format) without specifying the
size (I want the reader to see it in its natural size). Sometimes (usually
when it is a forward of an existing mail) the recipient receives it in
32x32. Why does this happen? The
copy in my Sent folder looks normal. Sample of what recipient receives is
below:



<div>

<p class=MsoNormal style='margin-left:.5in'><font size=2 face=Arial><span
style='font-size:10.0pt;font-family:Arial'><img width=32 height=32
id="_x0000_i1025"
src="file:///D:\My%20Documents\My%20Pictures\2005-12-19%20HZ%20%2310.JPG"
align=baseline border=0 NOSEND=1></span></font><o:p></o:p></p>

</div>
 
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C

Chris Y

I did an investigation and found that the problem was because the picture
was not sent. Only the link was sent, and the recipient gets the red x
icon. The code snippet below is from the reply mail I get from the
recipient, and on my machine the link is valid and hence shows up 32x32 (the
size of the red x icon).

I thought sending the link instead of encoding the picture and sending it as
an embedded attachment was an Outlook Express that has long been solved?
Anyway, I investigated my Outlook 2003 SP2 and realized embedded pictures
were always sent before Sunday. After that most of the time only links were
sent. I tried composing new mail repeatedly and found that it sent out
pictures only once during my testing. I can't pinpoint the variables that
cause the outcomes to be different.

Can someone point me to any other experiences of this problem? Thanks.
 

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