Image Resizing Issue for OutlookIf you resize an image in the HTML editor, it likely won't resize in Outlook. Here's why:
Newer versions of Outlook, including Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010, use Microsoft Word to render HTML email. Word doesn't render a lot of common HTML, so what you see in your web browser may not be what you're seeing when the email arrives in your Outlook inbox. It shouldn't be too far off from what you designed, but there are a few common issues:
Spacing is the most common problem when sending HTML emails to Outlook. This includes line spacing and padding/margins, such as around images.
- If you use double spacing, you might see additional line breaks between paragraphs.
- If you have a lot of content, along with images, you may see seemingly random white space when the email arrives in your inbox. Outlook checks how your email will appear when printed, and may add extra spacing above an image if the image would print on two separate pages. An image on two pages isn't good, so Outlook adds space before the image to ensure that the image is all on one page.
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