first of all, thank you for your valuable feedback!
I have prepared another hotfix which fixes the issue with missing footer link you reported above.
Regarding the issue with attached images not displayed in the same way as Outlook 2013 does.
Well, this is a tricky story, I will have to dig a bit deeper to make clear what is actually going on:
the key difference is that the email converted by Rebex is a MIME HTML email which is universally viewable by email clients.
So unlike Outlook 2013 which enables user to be able to click on 1 of the 'dexter.jpg' icons and consequently open the real attachment, we do not have means for implementing this behaviour 'into' the email. This said, from Rebex point of view it is not possible to 'make' the email clients create a working link to an attached image.
There are 3 options as to what we can do with similarly attached images from winmail.dat emails:
1) Show only the filename of the image and then maybe display the actual image below the normal mail body (e.g. divided by a line after the mail body).
2) Show only the filename of the image and then add the images into Attachments collection
3) Treat them the same way as embedded images - i.e. directly embed them into the mail body, and add the images into Resources collection.
We have chosen solution 3, if you like one of the other possible solutions more, please let us know.