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Images are now automatically displayed in Gmail for Android

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<p>If you are concerned about this Mountain View decision, the company explained that the images are now processed through a secure proxy, preventing third parties from collecting data such as active emails.</p><div class=

Instead of serving images directly from external servers, Gmail will now serve all images through its own Google servers. So what does this mean to you? Simple: Messaging will be safer and more secure, images are scanned for known viruses or malware and you will never have to click on displaying images below again, said John Rae-Grant, product manager at Google.

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