Images in emails are being suppressed when sent to Gmail accounts

 You may find that images in your emails are being suppressed when sent to Gmail accounts, even through the Gmail settings are set to Always Display Images. 
This issue was resolved in version 4.1 of Altru.  All sites were updated in February 2015.

This issue may occur when the email triggers Gmail's spam protection filters. The cause of this can be different, however the following solution may work to get your email through: 
  1. Edit your Email Content and click HTML to show the HTML Code. 
  2. Find the code for your image. It should look similar to this: <img src="HTTP://www.blackbaud.com/imageurl" alt="Image Caption" />
  3. Change the HTTP to a lowercase http. It will look like this: <img src="http://www.blackbaud.com/imageurl" alt="Image Caption" />
  4. Save

Environment

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