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Posted on 2012-04-02
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I sometimes receive emails with photo attachments across the top. In the body of the email are large boxes where the photos are supposed to show up. Instead the box is empty with a large RED X in the upper left corner.

What causes that and is there a fix in Outlook 2007 setting?
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Question by:Cobrarog
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See if this helps

Open Outlook and click on Tools, click on Trust Center. Select Automatic Download and in the right pane untick <i>Don't download pictures automatically in HTML e-mail messages or RSS items</i>
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by:Cobrarog
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It was already unchecked. I checked it and left all of the ones beneath it checked.
I think that may have done it. We shall see.
Thank you very much for steering me in the right diriction
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Your welcome and good luck
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