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Cannot copy image into OWA 2003 message

I have several machines that have the following. Windows XP SP2, IE 7, OWA 2003.

When I attempt to copy an image from my computer into a message I am composing in OWA 2003 the image displays as a red X. The outline of the image is present but the image is not. I also get

To help protect your security, Internet explorer as restricted this webpage from running ActiveX controls and scripts that could access your computer. Click here for options

When I click yes to display the blocked content, the page reloads and then and I am left with a white screen.

Any ideas of how I can get images from my computer into and OWA Message in IE7 under windows XP sp2.


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ricky_lowe

8/22/2022 - Mon
Paulo Pimenta

IE seems to be blocking active content.
Try: Tools | Internet Options | Security | Custom Level...
and check "ActiveX Controls and Plug-ins" section for any disabled option which may be causing IE not to allow what you want to do.

Chees,
PP/LMS
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ricky_lowe

Apparently copying images into an message composed in OWA in not a feature as the images must be stored in the message and the message must know where to get them in order to insert them into the message.
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