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I have both classic ASP and .NET web page that send out emails to the associates.  The email is in HTML format.  I use a simple <img src=''> tag.  The images in the email are stored in production server that can be accessed by everybody.  When the user opens the email, they can see the text but in order to see the image, they will need to click on the yellow bar on top of the email to download it.  It's a one time shot, after it has been download the first time, the user can open the email again and will see the image right away.  Is there a way to send out email with images and the images get displayed right away without asking the users to download it in outlook?

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no, this is a security feature within outlook
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I do not have Outlook open at the moment, however, the issue that you are wanting to look at is:

Choose the 3rd option on this page.
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook-help/unblock-image-downloads-in-outlook-HP001085952.aspx


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I think the OP is asking how to get around having to do whats described in that article
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