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Images not rendered/displayed in chat (incoming mail) when embedded in body (instead of attaching) #1122

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gerryfrancis opened this issue Dec 29, 2019 · 4 comments

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@gerryfrancis gerryfrancis commented Dec 29, 2019

- Platform:
Windows 8.1 Pro (x64)/Android 10.

- Delta Chat Version:
0.901.0/1.0.3.

- Expected behavior:
Images which are embedded in body of received (incoming) mail should be rendered (displayed) in Delta Chat.

- Actual behavior:
Images which are embedded in body of received (incoming) mail are not rendered (displayed) in Delta Chat, and they are not offered as attachments. Opening a respective mail with another mailer clarifies that the embedded image was delivered properly.

- Logs:
No log available.

- Comments:
Tested with one JPEG image per mail, tests with other image formats were not performed.

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@gerryfrancis gerryfrancis commented Feb 9, 2020

Still an issue in versions 0.999.1/1.1.2.

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@agutierrez25249 agutierrez25249 commented Feb 12, 2020

Android
V1.1.2.

Checked this problem,
Delta completely ignored a message sent by my xiaomi default email client, This email only had one image included in the body of the message.

He sent them a message capture

message.eml.txt

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@gerryfrancis gerryfrancis commented Feb 13, 2020

@agutierrez25249 Thanks for confirming.

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