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Gmail will soon display images in your email by default

13
Dec
2013

Google has announced that Gmail will soon display images contained in email messages by default. You’ll soon see all images displayed in your messages automatically across desktop, iOS and Android, writes John Rae-Grant, Gmails product manager. This is a major change over Gmails previous approach, which required users to specifically grant permission before any images loaded. Google says this precaution is no longer necessary because Gmail will now serve images through Google’s secure proxy servers, cutting off any risks associated with outside servers.

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