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I'm new to Photoshop and I'm building an HTML email template for the client with the PSD file provided.

This is the image part I cropped and what it displays in the normal browsers:

enter image description here

And below is what it looks like in the email clients ( IE only ): enter image description here

I have tried to save for web & device as various extensions like png, gif, and jpg to remove those white dots but no lucks.

Could anyone tell me how to remove this?

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What version of IE? – Brendan Feb 27 '13 at 6:01
As in the image, it is IE8 and IE9, but they are only used to display the email in email client (gmail) – tepkenvannkorn Feb 27 '13 at 6:09
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Try with these steps ! -- duplicate the gradient layer alone -- fill it with black and transparency gradient on it, -- Just expand it little bit, till it matches with original gradient layer corner. or while save as web option select quality as bicubic smooth or near neighbor option

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Thanks, this works! – tepkenvannkorn Feb 27 '13 at 6:30

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