I'm sending an email using Mail Mime, based on a rule. I receive the email, and I can see in the HTML source that, the image has been translated,
But the image is not attached to the email. Do I need to explicitly allow Drupal to add attachments? I'm using Outlook if that makes any difference.
On further testing, I've noticed that when I use an embed image in the content, using HTML as a text type e.g
<img src="data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhDwAPAKECAAAAzMzM///// wAAACwAAAAADwAPAAACIISPeQHsrZ5ModrLlN48CXF8m2iQ3YmmKqVlRtW4ML wWACH+H09wdGltaXplZCBieSBVbGVhZCBTbWFydFNhdmVyIQAAOw==" alt="Base64 encoded image" width="150" height="150"/>
it produced the following in the Outlook email,
<img alt="Base64 encoded image" height="150" src="data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhDwAPAKECAAAAzMzM///// wAAACwAAAAADwAPAAACIISPeQHsrZ5ModrLlN48CXF8m2iQ3YmmKqVlRtW4ML wWACH H09wdGltaXplZCBieSBVbGVhZCBTbWFydFNhdmVyIQAAOw==" width="150">
Note the missing "+".
I've turned off all text filters.
When I use plain text as the format, I get the content as expect, but of course Outlook does not think the message is in HTML, so displays the saw markup.
Any ideas on what could be causing the "+" to turn into a space?