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I sometimes get red X's when I try to view pictures in emails.

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I sometimes get red X's when I try to view pictures in emails.   I am using XP Pro with SP2 and Outlook 2003.  

I am also running Norton Internet Security 2006.
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upul007 earned 200 total points
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Hi,
If it only happens sometimes, right click the email, select junk emails and select add to safe senders list. Also the email will give you the option to view
the messages by clicking on the x.

There are instances when this is not applicable.

Upul
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