I'm putting together an email to send to individuals both inside and outside of our internal network. We work in an organization that prevents us from simply uploading images to Constant Contact and using those. When sending inside of our network, our firewall blocks them. There is no option to allow these images. So I've created a workaround, so to speak...where I simply upload the images to our external website. In past emails, I've linked to images using simply http://..., even though our web site is secure (https://...). The images are still being blocked when trying to use https://, and the CC editor does not recognize them when I try to use simply http://. I get an "That image URL is not valid. Give it another shot." error. Has anyone else run into this issue when putting their campaigns together?
Any light you can shed on this would help so much! Thanks for reading...
Thank you for reaching out to the Community about the images in your email! We do see many users insert images through an outside URL. I apologize you're having this experience with your images. Have you tried using a shortened version your image URL? Or even whitelisting Constant Contact in your security settings? Adding our Constant Contact URLs or IP addresses to a security program's whitelist is a great step to prevent email display issues.
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