Why am I getting thumbnails of quarantined images in my email?

Whenever an image is quarantined, the ownership of the image is transferred to the dedicated quarantine email set up for receiving quarantine images. This triggers an email from Google about the change in file ownership or stating that the image has been shared with them. Recently, Google also started including a thumbnail of the image in its email. It is important to note that while these thumbnails can contain nude content, Securly has no control over the emails sent by Google and their content. We are working on a workaround for this and will update our users as soon as it is ready. 


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