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Send an HTML email and make the image source an absolute path, like this:
<img src="https://www.health-pact.com/images/Email1.jpg" border="0"
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"health-pact" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I can email my web page, with the image and embedded image map, by doing
> "File"/"Send"/"Page by e-mail" within the browser. It creates an email
> the image and hyperlink-map and works very nicely. Page is
> How do I create the same web page/graphic in my source code and use CFMAIL
> send the content (jpg and image map) just like I can do from my browser?
That was the first thing I tried, but the email showed up with an image placeholder. I started trying different absolute and relative paths to no avail. Then I tried CFMAILPARAM which got the image to show up, but as an attachment, even though I specified "inline".
I thought I might have a directory permissions issue, but it is in the root of my web site.
This seems to be such a simple task to accomplish; I must be doing something really stupid or overlooking something very basic.
OK, I am making progress. It seems that running the cfmail page from my testing server is giving me problems. If I upload the page and image to my production server, it finds the image and displays it in the email.