Red X for graphics in Outlook 2003

Posted on 2012-09-21
Last Modified: 2013-01-08
Red X for graphics in Outlook 2003
When user replies to the emails, user can see the graphics.
I have deselected the check box "Not download graphics" in Securitty Tab in Outlook 2003.
Deleted temp folder files for user.
Changed format from HTML, to Rich Text, Plain Tex.
But, still user can not see the graphics.
I also removed and reinstalled Office 2003.
Question by:losgadas
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    by:Kiran Ch
    Is it happening for single user?
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    Accepted Solution

    Have you tried performing a detect and repair?

    This looks similar to an issue posted in 2007 (experts exchange):
    Experts Exchange - Embedded Images Issue Resolved
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    Author Comment

    It is happening to a single user.
    I removed Office 2003 and reinstalled it.
    LVL 6

    Expert Comment

    by:Kiran Ch
    Ok, have you tried what "Moosehead_" suggested?

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