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HTML & CSS Code picture display in Outlook

Luís Quaresma

New Coder
I there!

Since an update last year, Outlook doesn't open pictures properly.
Is there a piece of code that one can add to the mail campingn to fix this issue?

Your help would be precious!

Best regards,
Luís
 

cbreemer

King Coder
Are you talking about Outlook 365 or outlook Web (hotmail) ? What exactly is the problem with your images ? Some detail would be useful. I have never seen a problem with images in Outlook Web. The only issue I have is a 404 - Not found error when opening an attachment, which I think started with some update last year. Annoying, but it invariably works when I try it again.

And what is a "mail campingn" ?
 

Luís Quaresma

New Coder
Hi Guys,
Sorry for such late reply.

I mean that I am trying to send a mail campaign with MailChimp and it works just fine in all web browsers but when it comes to outlook (not the web version) images and text are displayed in an unorganized manner. Specially when it comes to html blocks writen by us (again, it works just fine every elsewhere).
I was told by MC support that they recognize the issue but then say it is an issue with the way Outlook processes email after a certain update.
My question is if there are a piece of code that we could insert to "help" Outlook mail boxes to read these mails properly.
 

Luís Quaresma

New Coder
Hi Guys,
Sorry for such late reply.

I mean that I am trying to send a mail campaign with MailChimp and it works just fine in all web browsers but when it comes to outlook (not the web version) images and text are displayed in an unorganized manner. Specially when it comes to html blocks writen by us (again, it works just fine every elsewhere).
I was told by MC support that they recognize the issue but then say it is an issue with the way Outlook processes email after a certain update.
My question is if there are a piece of code that we could insert to "help" Outlook mail boxes to read these mails properly.
Campaign, it is. See my reply bellow
 
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