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Sending Stationery to Gmail

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When I send an email from Thunderbird using stationery to a recipient who has Gmail, which is most of my contacts, the message isn't showing up for them the way it's leaving my laptop. For example, the email I send to a contact doesn't only appear in the message area of the stationery. It starts inside the picture on the stationery then runs into the message area. Also, the stationery size is only as large, or small as my email. This is completely different than what it looks like to me before I send it. Is this simply the way Gmail displays the stationery? 

Thanks for your time! :)

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As always, email stationery is for those using mail programs not web-based mail. It has been this way since we started creating stationery in the 90s.

If you have a friend that only gets mail on the web, instead of a mail program, you will know not to send them stationery. Or you can refer them to get Thunderbird. All mail addressees can be setup in Thunderbird.

Darcy, Cloudeight

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