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I tried to send the email with an image in the body of email, the image is not an attachment.

I read the image from the media item in sitecore and i got the url of the image like https://domain/-/media/image.ashx next step i convert to email body using LinkedResource like below code

System.Net.Mail.LinkedResource imageResource = new 
System.Net.Mail.LinkedResource(imageUrl, "image/jpg");
imageResource.ContentId = "HDIImage";
System.Net.Mail.AlternateView htmlView = 
System.Net.Mail.AlternateView.CreateAlternateViewFromString("<image src=cid:" + 
imageResource.ContentId + ">" + textbody, null, "text/html");
htmlView.LinkedResources.Add(imageResource);

but I have exception like the image path is not given correctly.

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  • did you try to get the media URL with .jpg extension? Feb 7 '20 at 3:54
  • yes i tried convert .ashx into .jpg using Media.RequestAction , but i cannot able to convert that. Feb 7 '20 at 7:18
  • Taking a guess here , You should use this :- new StreamReader(MediaManager.GetMedia(sampleMedia).GetStream().Stream) Try to to convert media item to a stram and assign to LinkedResource constructor, I am hoping the constructor allows that
    – Abhay Dhar
    Feb 7 '20 at 11:30
  • Thank you Abhay Dhar, Url has been convert into Stream now i can able to send image with body Feb 10 '20 at 8:35
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Now, I got an answer to my question. It is helpful to other developers.

Sitecore.Data.Items.MediaItem image = new Sitecore.Data.Items.MediaItem(imageField.MediaItem); string mimetype=image.MimeType; Stream stream = MediaManager.GetMedia(image).GetStream().Stream;

In this stage, I got an image as a stream

Next, I created the email

//Create two views, one text, one HTML. var bodyMail="Test Message";

//Add image to HTML version System.Net.Mail.LinkedResource imageResource = new System.Net.Mail.LinkedResource(stream ); imageResource.ContentId = "HDIImage"; System.Net.Mail.AlternateView htmlView = System.Net.Mail.AlternateView.CreateAlternateViewFromString("" + textbody, null, "text/html");

htmlView.LinkedResources.Add(imageResource); //Add two views to message. msg.AlternateViews.Add(htmlView);

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