4 of 5 people found this helpful
Use a gmail address as your sender address and gmail will display whatever if the profile photo of the sender in any receiving gmail mailbox. If you want this to be your logo, just make sure that this sender gmail profile uses your logo.
Thanks for your feedback Grégoire.
2 of 2 people found this helpful
This is an interesting question and one that I had been thinking about today. Litmus actually published a very interesting study that goes over some of the big changes to mail clients this year. We haven't yet implemented this, so I can't verify how it works, but this is what Litmus had to say about getting a picture to show up in Gmail for your business email:
Set a Google+ profile picture.
The sender image is pulled from your company’s verified Google+ profile. If you haven’t created one, now might be a good time to set one up. For senders that don’t have a verified Google+ profile, the logo portion of the message is the first letter of your from name in a sans-serif font.
Thanks for your feedback Andre.