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Outlook 2010; auto download pictures

I would like Outlook to download pictures for all of my users.
All users are domain users and have Outlook 2010.

I understand that you can do this with a GPO, but for safe senders only. This is acceptable to me. I've created the safe senders txt file on a share and pointed my GPO to it, but am unable to get outlook to import it. I understand a registry setting is required for this, but I don't know how to achieve this. Any ideas?

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John
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8/22/2022 - Mon
DMTechGrooup

Have you looked at this KB ?

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2252421
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Thanks DMTechGrooup, that's the perfect article.

I've tested this with various users and computers, but it's only importing the safe senders list in about 50% of instances. On the occasions that it doesn't import the list, the correct registry settings are displayed in the registry. All users have access to the file share where the list is located.

Any ideas?

Thanks
John
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Thanks for your help, our network administrator who asked the question is currently away on paternity leave, I will see if this is something he has attempted
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