Powermail: Sending content element in mail possible?

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Powermail: Sending content element in mail possible?

Michel Rossier
Is it possible to define a *picture* in a powermail form that then gets *sent to the receiver as well in the mail*? E.g. like an E-Card? When I add an existing "content element" (with a picture in it) to the form, it is displayed in the browser, but never rendered inside the mail that goes to the recipient.

Any ideas what needs to be changed to achieve this? (Using latest TYPO3 and latest powermail version)
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Alex Kellner
Fields of type content element are just for showing additional information in the powermail form and they will not be send.
If you want to render a content element in your browser, you have to extend the mail template with a cObject ViewHelper (e.g.)
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