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.jpg Showing in Email Body and as Attachment

Outlook 2003. Word 2003 as email editor. HTML email type. I have
copy/pasted a picture from Word to the body of my email and added words on
top of this picture using the Picture Text Wrapping Behind Text option and it
looks great. But when I send the email it shows the picture in the body of
the email and as a image001.jpg attachment. Is there any way for the picture
to show in the email body and not as the image001.jpg attachment?
Thanks for your help,
Marc


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I use the MSMAPI.MAPIMessages to mail same mail from the application (written
in VFP). When I make a HTM-code page and put this as attachment into the
object, it works nice, I see the page in the body of that mail and no
attachment.
Now I whant to put an extra attachment (a PDF file) into this mail also.
When I do that I see nothing in de body and 2 attachments in the mail. I
aspected to see the HTM-code page in de body and 1 attachment.
How can I fix this problem?
Thank you!

I use the MSMAPI.MAPIMessages to mail same mail from the application (written
in VFP). When I make a HTM-code page and put this as attachment into the
object, it works nice, I see the page in the body of that mail and no
attachment.
Now I whant to put an extra attachment (a PDF file) into this mail also.
When I do that I see nothing in de body and 2 attachments in the mail. I
aspected to see the HTM-code page in de body and 1 attachment.
How can I fix this problem?
Thank you!

Hi

We are receiving a number of emails which are mostly replies where the email
body is added as an attachment. I can only think this is being caused by
antivirus systems on other peoples email servers, a fact that I am trying to
check, however would welcome any suggestions. This is a new problem that has
only kicked in today. The server did run out of disk space this morning but
that has been resolved (the backup failed and did not remove the logs).

thanks in advance

I am trying to send Excel Files as the body of an email instead of an
attachment and I am now using Office 2007 can any one enlighten me on how to
do so?????

HELP I am Lost...................

When I receive emails that are supposed to have photos in them, sometimes
with test or comments between them, all of the photos end up as attachments
instead of opening in the body of the email. They have to be opened one by
one, which ruins the effect of the messages and drives me crazy! Is there a
setting to change so that the photos will stay in the body of an email sent
to me?

Hi,

Few users reported a strange problem in our organization. At times when
they sent an email, it goes as a blank message. ie. nothing in the body
and subject field. Size of the message shows 1 KB. Have checked the
sent items folder and there also it is blank.

This is not happening to all messages sent by these users. Checked
various forums and no answer found so far. Appreciate if somebody can
help.

Please note these users were migrated to exchange 2003 from 5.5
recently. Client is Outlook 2003 SP2.

Awaiting response.

Regards
Shaji

Hi,

Few users reported a strange problem in our organization. At times when
they sent an email, it goes as a blank message. ie. nothing in the body
and subject field. Size of the message shows 1 KB. Have checked the
sent items folder and there also it is blank.

This is not happening to all messages sent by these users. Checked
various forums and no answer found so far. Appreciate if somebody can
help.

Please note these users were migrated to exchange 2003 from 5.5
recently. Client is Outlook 2003 SP2.

Awaiting response.

Regards
Shaji

I am using outlook 2002 How do I get attached pictures to show in the body of
e-mail please I need help with this. let me say thank you now if you can help
me out

Thanks for your reply - I tried sending in plain text as you suggested but
the result is the same - text and pictures show OK but still no borders show
in the sent email

"weemaxcat" wrote:

I have tried emailing documents with page and paragraph borders, but the
borders don't show in emails received on a computer with Word. The documents
were created with Works - I tried saving them in different formats (.rtf and
.doc) but the result is still the same - pictures show up OK but not the
borders. Please, does anyone know if there is any way I can get the borders
to show?

I would like to highlight a bunch of photos and drag them over to the email body and have them inserted instead of attached. Apparently alot of people want this but of course Outlook has to make this as difficult as humanly possible.

If this is not practical, how about from explorer, I highlight and copy the images, then go to outlook and run a VBA macro that that performs all the steps automatically to take the photos from the clipboard and inserts them into the emaill. I do not really care if it changes the formats of the photos or whatever it does with them, I just want an easier way to embed multiple photos without having to use outlooks Insert-Browse-Spend time refinding the photos on the hard drive - etc.

Any help appreciated other than "Why do you want to ...."

Thank You

Hi All,

I have designed an Excel Form that users use to input data. I am trying to
connect the form to Access Database. Once users fill in the form, It will
populate in Access Database.

What I want is: Is is possible to design buttons in Email body for eg:
"Accept" and "Decline" buttons.
I want to process to be such that, Once the users fill in the Excel user
form and Click submit( A button on excel form), The inputs would come to me
via Outlook email( data displayed in email body). Once I see the user inputs,
I want to accept it or decline it (Hence Accept and decline buttons). Once I
accept it(Click accept button in outlook) it will populate the access data
base. If I decline ( it will populate another excel sheet where declined
forms are stored)

I hope I made it clear.

Thanks in Advance

Hi All,

I have designed an Excel Form that users use to input data. I am trying to
connect the form to Access Database. Once users fill in the form, It will
populate in Access Database.

What I want is: Is is possible to design buttons in Email body for eg:
"Accept" and "Decline" buttons.
I want to process to be such that, Once the users fill in the Excel user
form and Click submit( A button on excel form), The inputs would come to me
via Outlook email( data displayed in email body). Once I see the user inputs,
I want to accept it or decline it (Hence Accept and decline buttons). Once I
accept it(Click accept button in outlook) it will populate the access data
base. If I decline ( it will populate another excel sheet where declined
forms are stored)

I hope I made it clear.

Thanks in Advance

Sub SETLINK()
ActiveSheet.Hyperlinks.Add Anchor:=Range("A78"), Address:= _
RECORDS.xlsx, _
TextToDisplay:="HERE"
End Sub

Hi all, I want to add Hyperlink in Email Body by using above macro.
I just want to know that I have created above macro in excel but I
want to have same macro in outlook so what should I put in above code
where it say "ActiveSheet" and "Range("A78"). I assume it might be
"Obj.Body" or something but i want some friend to give me bit help.

I am running office 2007 and the holidays do not show in day, week and month
view of outlook even though they are selected. They only show in events view?

Hi all, What will be a VBA code if I want to put hyperlink in email
body

I use Word as my editor in Outlook2003.
In my email signature I have a jpg image to which I have attached URL (by
using the advanced editor).

The URL is working fine but the image has a border around it in the body of
the email that I open up to write.

In that email body I can right click on the image, go to properties and put
a 0 in the "border thickness" box but it's a pain to do it every time I send
an email.

When I right click the image inside the signature editor, "properties" shows
in the drop down menu but when I click on it nothing happens.

Can anyone help me get rid of this pesky blue border permanently?!
Thanks,
Gail


Can someone help me? I'm sending out email with outlook 2007. Using xp pro sp3. I've created the text portion of the email then I've add our logo at the top of the email. I've selected send as html in outlook. When the recipient receive the email, the logo appears as an attachment and also show in the body of the email. Is there any way to make the logo NOT appear as an attachment.

Thanks

John

Hi there,

When my users recieve design pictures (jpg, gif, bmp) they are not presented in the message body, but rather as attachments which they have to open one-by-one. Is there any way to make these preview in the body instead (like Hotmail)?

Thanks.

Is there a way of composing outlook signature (with image) so the image will
not appear as an attachment on different email clients (ie yahoo mail,
hotmail, web cemail clients)?
I tried embedding the image in the email as well as linking the image from
WWW, and it’ll display it correctly, but the image used in the signature will
also show as attachment "img0001.jpg"
Is there a way of preventing it from happening? Or this issue depends on
email client used to read the email?

Thank you

Hello,

I would like to attach a .vcf file to all of my new, outgoing emails. I
have a signature set up that is different than my V-card as it has a
disclaimer in it and different information on me than the card.

Is there a way to attach a file to outgoing messages, not replies without it
showing up in the body of the email?

Thanks in advance!
Cecil

We use an easymail activex object with Visual Foxpro 9 to send out
emails to our dealers. These emails contain an attached pdf file.
Recently we have had some dealers call having difficulty with our
emails because the attachments are not there and seem to have become
part of the email body in endless strings of garbage. I have search
for several hours on a solution for this and have had no success. One
thing we do know is when a particular dealers views the email through
there webmail it is fine it is just when it is popped down into
Microsoft Outlook that this problem seems to occur. Here is a sample
of what we are experiencing. ( i have replaced personel information
with x's)

From:

In Outlook 2003, some of my incoming emails come with the message in an
attachment (envelope icon) rather than in the body of the email, especially
when there are other attachments. This doesn't happen to all of my received
emails. How to I set up Outlook so these messages will show in the body?
Usually there is some HTML in them, but I do have the setting for HTML
enabled.

How can I place a picture/clipart in the body of an email? I don't want to
have it as an attachment.

Hello:
I run Windows XP and Microsoft Office-Outlook 2007 which I recently upgraded
to. A friend will occasionally send emails with embedded jpg pictures in
the body of the text from a mac. The pictures are never attached files.
Prior to upgrading to Office 2007, I had Office 2003 and had no problems in
viewing these embedded pictures. Now, I am unable to view jpg files that are
embedded along with the text. Outlook must be downloading the images
because the email file size is aproximately 4 MB. The body of the text will
show and . However, it is simply text in the email
and not a link to a picture. The picture part of the email message is simply
a white screen.

I ensured that the sender is in the "safe senders list" and checked that in
Trust Center/Privacy options that "Permit downloads in email messages from
senders and to recipients defined in the safe senders and safe recipients
list used by the junk email filter". I also verified that "also trust email
from my contacts" is checked. She is a contact.

Can someone help me resolve this issue so I can again view the pictures
within the emails?

Thanks very much,
Scott L.


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