BEE Pro vs. BEE Plugin



  • Michael Oddi
    Michael Oddi

    Does BEE Pro host the images used in emails? If not, what are your recommendations for hosting images on an external server and making them available to BEE?

  • Massimo Arrigoni
    Massimo Arrigoni


    Hi Michael, thanks for posting this question. If the image is hosted on an external server, you can use it in BEE as described here:


    If the image is uploaded to the editor, right now it is hosted in the Amazon Web Services S3 bucket until you download the zip file with the HTML and the images. In that file the images become "local", and the paths to them are rewritten accordingly.


    There are other ways to "save" the email in ways that will keep the images hosted remotely (e.g. sending a test to a system that can import the HTML that way). See:


    We are looking at allowing users to keep the images hosted on our S3 bucket. There are some email deliverability concerns with that: you do not have control on the domain where the images are hosted, and there is - by definition - no alignment between that domain and the domain of your FROM address and/or of the ESP that will be sending the email. This could play into the overall domain reputation associated with the message you are sending. So we are looking at this with some caution.


  • Anthony Monteiro
    Anthony Monteiro

    We have an enterprise use with over 60k potential users. Is there permission restrictions and how does the pricing work?

  • Sergio M.
    Sergio M.

    Hi Anthony, are you looking to embed the BEE editor into your own application? If so, please review the BEE Plugin pricing on

    Alternatively, if you're simply looking to use the BEE editor, please take a look at BEE Pro:

    Hope this helps! Let us know if you have any questions.


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