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charles cashion
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      07-19-2008
When I examine the image tag before and after sending,
they are different.
before
<img height=533 width=800
src="cid:image1">
after
<img heights3="" width€0=""
src="cid(E-Mail Removed)">

I gave my image the name "image1". From past experience,
I note that the CID can be anything I assign. I am not as
puzzled by the change of CID as I am by the strange height
and width.
Thanks,
Charles
 
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Blinky the Shark
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      07-19-2008
charles cashion wrote:

> When I examine the image tag before and after sending,
> they are different.
> before
> <img height=533 width=800
> src="cid:image1">
> after
> <img heights3="" width€0=""
> src="cid(E-Mail Removed)">
>
> I gave my image the name "image1". From past experience,
> I note that the CID can be anything I assign. I am not as
> puzzled by the change of CID as I am by the strange height
> and width.


What happens if you put the height and width values between doublequotes?

<img height="533" width="800" ...



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charles cashion
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      07-19-2008
Blinky the Shark wrote:
> charles cashion wrote:
>
>> When I examine the image tag before and after sending,
>> they are different.
>> before
>> <img height=533 width=800
>> src="cid:image1">
>> after
>> <img heights3="" width€0=""
>> src="cid(E-Mail Removed)">
>>
>> I gave my image the name "image1". From past experience,
>> I note that the CID can be anything I assign. I am not as
>> puzzled by the change of CID as I am by the strange height
>> and width.

>
> What happens if you put the height and width values between doublequotes?
>
> <img height="533" width="800" ...


YES!
Double quotes fixed it.
I tried it once before and it did not help.
I suppose I tried it on code that must have had
another problem, so I did not think it worked.
Charles
 
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Marty Fremen
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      07-20-2008
charles cashion <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

> When I examine the image tag before and after sending,
> they are different.
> before
> <img height=533 width=800
> src="cid:image1">
> after
> <img heights3="" width€0=""
> src="cid(E-Mail Removed)">


In email, an equals sign starts a MIME code.
The MIME code =53 (hex 53) is the letter S, so "height=533" becomes
"heightS3", meanwhile hex 80 is a large cedilla which becomes € in
HTML, hence width€0

 
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