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In Outlook, there are several common issues that can affect the display of your email campaigns. Images may have ignored padding and margins, be clipped or rescaled, or not load properly. Background images may not show, and animated GIFs may not work. Additionally, extra white space may be added in the content. These issues occur because Outlook uses Microsoft Word to render HTML email, which can cause differences in display compared to other email clients. To address these issues, you can use workarounds such as adding borders to images, adjusting the source code, cropping long images, resizing images before uploading, and reorganizing content to eliminate white space. It’s important to test your campaigns in Outlook to ensure they display correctly for your subscribers.

Outlook uses Microsoft Word to render HTML emails, which can cause problems with campaign display. Here are some common issues in Outlook:

1. Ignoring margins around images: Outlook will ignore set padding and margins around images, pushing the wrapped text against the image. You can add a border to the image or modify the HTML code to include vspace and hspace attributes.

2. Clipping, rescaling, or not loading images: If an image is very long, Outlook will clip the excess off the top. Consider cropping the image into separate parts and adding multiple Image blocks to the campaign.

3. Incorrect image size: Outlook doesn’t recognize HTML that constrains images, so resizing HTML-resized images may not work. Resize your images before uploading them to Mailchimp or use the built-in image editor.

4. Background images not displaying: Outlook, along with other email clients, may not display background images in custom-coded templates without altering the code.

5. Animated GIFs not working: Outlook doesn’t support animated GIFs and will display only the first frame of the GIF.

6. Extra white space in content: Outlook inserts extra white space above images due to how it renders HTML like print preview. Reorganizing your content can help eliminate the white space.

It’s recommended to test your campaigns in the version of Outlook that most of your subscribers use for accurate rendering. Keep in mind that Mailchimp can’t control how Outlook or other email clients display HTML emails.

In Outlook, there are some common issues that can affect the display of your email. It’s important to be aware of these issues and make adjustments in your design to optimize the appearance in Outlook. Some of the issues include the padding around images being ignored, images being clipped or not loading, images not being the right size, background images not showing, animated GIFs not working, and extra white space in the content. To address these issues, you can use workarounds such as adding a border to images, adjusting padding in the HTML code, resizing images before uploading them, and reorganizing content to eliminate white space. It’s recommended to test your email in Outlook to see how it renders and make any necessary adjustments.

In Outlook, there are several common issues that can affect the display of your email campaigns. These include padding around images being ignored, images being clipped or rescaled, image sizes not appearing correctly, background images not showing, animated GIFs not working, and extra white space appearing in your content. Outlook uses Microsoft Word to render HTML emails, which can cause these issues. To work around these problems, you can add a border to your images, use the vspace and hspace attributes in your image code, resize your images before uploading them, and reorganize your content to eliminate extra white space. It’s also important to test your campaigns in Outlook to ensure they appear as intended.