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A best practice is to first place any such images "out on the web" and then simply reference their path when setting up email templates. You still use the Insert Picture feature when composing the email template. However, rather than pointing to a local file, you set Picture Source to the PATH out on the web.
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I agree with John.
John is correct.
For some more information please login to our Knowledge Base at https://support.heatsoftware.com and view Article 21925 - Images in emails that are hyperlinked often show as attachments when received or linked in GoldMine.
NOTE: In the above it says "...when received or linked in GoldMine.", this still applies when sending emails from GoldMine with embedded images. Also of note the information references e-mail signatures but the same applies to any email template including signatures.
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Yes the best option is to upload your image(s) to your own webserver/website
If you do not know how to upload images to your own webserver/website you could also use a service like www.IMGUR.com
TOO MANY people are inserting images/logos into their emails as attachments.
This forces your email recipients to download and save/store the images on their hard drives and this is true for every email you send them.
When you use the proper method of uploading them online and inserting them using the full URL, the image is just viewed from the internet vs being attached and downloaded.