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Nope. Sorry, but Campaign Monitor has been specifically built not to support attachments. We did this for a number of reasons.

  1. We ensure that your campaigns are unable to send viruses that propagate through attachments.
  2. You’re not forcing an attachment down every recipients throat. Large attachments + slow connection = angry subscriber.

If you have a file that you’d like to give to your customers, we recommend that you host the file on your own server and then place a link to the file within your email. This also means you won’t clog your subscribers inbox with attachments they may not even use.

  • Gilles Doge

    Hi,

    Great arguments, thanks!

    For your information, The link to the example is a 404.

    Regards

  • Kim

    Thanks, Giles. We’ll make sure we remove that link.

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