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You don't say which email client you're using so giving you help on how to prevent the client compressing your image isn't possible at this point.

However, if you don't want the image to display, or the image itself compressed you best bet is to embed it in another file. The most obvious solution is to ZIP the image. The overall file size may or may not be reduced (depending on the image format) but the quality of the image will not be diminished and the person on the receiving end, once they've unZIPped the file, will get the identical image file that you have sent. As a bonus to ZIPping the file you won't get an image preview.

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