hello. My name is***** can help you with your question. Can you please explain the little bit more detail what you mean when you say that it splits apart?
also, when you send it in bulk emails are you sending it from Outlook?
the way this is coming out on the other end is influenced by the resolution of what it's being printed with. This looks like it's just a bad print out of the email. also, if I look to the right of copper red there is some inconsistency there in the good picture. It's possible that there's something wrong with the image itself. What are you composing the image in?
it wouldn't be Outlook that changes the files. Unless it's compressing them. But it it wouldn't cause it to break per se although it may cause the resolution to be decreased. You can turn off image compression in office
since they are composed with the word as the editor I would set that setting in word. Also, when you save them or export them in Photoshop make sure they are all one layer – it should flatten the image into one layer taking any guesswork out of rendering the image later on.
Click the File tab.
Under Help, click Options, and then click Advanced.
Next to Image Size and Quality, click the file that you want to turn off picture compression for.
Under Image Size and Quality, select the Do not compress images in file check box.