Outlook 2011 Automatically Download Images

Posted on 2011-10-21
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
Is there a way to configure outlook to automatically download images that are in email messages?
Question by:deklinm
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    by:Chris Millard
    I don't have a Mac, so I'll tell you what to do on Outlook 2010 for PCs, and maybe it's in the same or similar place.

    Open Outlook, then click on File->Options and when the Outlook Options window opens, click on the Trust Center button, then on Trust Center Settings.

    On that screen, you untick the option which says "Don't download pictures automatically....."
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    In Outlook 2011 click "Outlook" on the menu bar and go to preferences or click cmd+, . Remember the menu bar on Mac OSX is contextual so you may have to click into the Outlook window first. Under the 'E-mail' category under Preferences click "Reading", under Security you will see three radio buttons Automatically download pictures from the Internet. Set it to the one you want, by default its "Never".

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