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med219
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Flow losing/not rendering photo in email

I have created a flow triggered when an email is received. From there it looks through various contacts lists, deletes the duplicates in those lists, and then creates an array with all of those emails in it. The last step of the flow sends an email to those contacts. The body of the email being sent is the body of the email that was received and triggered the flow (using dynamic content). Unfortunately, one of the photos in that body does not render in the email sent at the end of the flow. Rather, it shows the file name in the email where the photo should be. I am having difficulties figuring out why that is/ how to fix it because there are 3 or 4 other .jpg files in the email that come out just fine.  I have tried using a different file format and no change.

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ChristianAbata
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hi @med219 this happends becouse the image needs to be in a secure server, so you can show images in HTML message uploading the image for example in blogger.

I use blogger to upload the imagen teh I get de URL and finally I use that url into a tag in html like this.

 

<img border="0" data-original-height="679" data-original-width="1535" height="141" src="https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-wD6s_GZcudw/XgtyBT_J3nI/AAAAAAAAAlg/maYfDtIKgz0WuCNGkSGWayKa4up_6RFkQCLcB..." width="320" />



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ChristianAbata
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hi @med219 this happends becouse the image needs to be in a secure server, so you can show images in HTML message uploading the image for example in blogger.

I use blogger to upload the imagen teh I get de URL and finally I use that url into a tag in html like this.

 

<img border="0" data-original-height="679" data-original-width="1535" height="141" src="https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-wD6s_GZcudw/XgtyBT_J3nI/AAAAAAAAAlg/maYfDtIKgz0WuCNGkSGWayKa4up_6RFkQCLcB..." width="320" />



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Okay great thank you. I figured out how to do it, I didn't have to create the html tags because the email service provider did that for me but I was able to embed the photo using a link, as you suggested.

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