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Old 30 Jan 2024, 10:57 PM   #1
ennnceee
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Email inline photo capacity

I'm trying to prepare an email in Outlook that contains quite a few photos, one under the other in the middle of the page with brief text between each photo. After preparing said email I test by sending it to myself. I can lose one or more of the photos during the send, or there's a message bottom left which says 'load more'. This does work but it's not ideal.

Can anyone suggest a simple process whereby I might achieve this so that the reader just needs to scroll down and nothing gets changed during sending. Is there another email provider that would be more suitable, for example. Is it simply a case of capacity, and so on.

Many thanks

NC
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Old 1 Feb 2024, 03:24 AM   #2
SideshowBob
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That sounds like something the receiving client would do.
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