||When an email is received by the Receive (Rx) server using Internet standards, it is accepted by the server just as other servers would do.
||Unlike standard Receive servers, links to external images are resolved immediately. Therefore email beacons or images that are part of the content are requested from their web servers.
||The images returned from the web servers become an integral part of the email and the external links are logged and removed.
||The email is delivered as normal to the client. The email will be larger than originally if images are now included. However, the client will not have to fetch these images separately. With less overhead, this is a net gain in efficiency for the client and eliminates the wait time that might otherwise be required by the viewer.
||When the recipient connects to their email server, the Receive (Rx) server in our example, it will find the email present and download it.