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How do I put an image in the email html?
The basic answer is to use the img tag in your HTML:
<img src="http://path.com/to/your/image.png" alt="" width="200" height="100" />
Email has it's own quirks, so you may need to include some inline styles on that tag, depending on how you're using images. For a full guide, you can check out this blog post I wrote a while back: http://rodriguezcommaj.com/blog/using-images-in-html-email/
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