To keep your email size small and fast, it is recommended to use PoliteMail's Add Image feature rather than embedding or attaching images.
Select Outlook > New Email > PoliteMail > Add Image and choose Add Image from the bottom of the drop-down menu.
Select your image file and click Open. Your image will now appear in the body of your email.
To change the alignment of an image and it's text wrap, click on the icon to the top right of the selected image to access additional text wrap and sizing options.
The image will automatically be saved in the Content Library. Any images you have previously used will be available for reuse within the drop down menu of Add Image. You may also share images with other users in your account. See this article for sharing content.
When using Add Image to add images to templates, it is recommended to resize the image before adding it to the template.
If you have PoliteMail version 4.91+, you can also Add Images through the PoliteMail Builder.
Note: Images that are pasted or added via Outlook's Insert Picture will be embedded into your email message. When sending to recipients not using Outlook or accessing message on mobile devices, these embedded images may appear as attachments at the bottom of the message. Using PoliteMail's Add Image feature will ensure your recipients can view the photos, as well as keeping your email size small.
Note2: Due to a limitation within Outlook, the Add Image pull-down menu can only display 999 results. If there are 1000 unique images loaded into the Content Library, the Add Image pull-down menu will appear blank. Clearing some lesser used items out of your Content Library and getting the total number count under 999 will alleviate this issue.