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I have Outlook configured to download images. It used to do this but now stopped. Are there any other setting I should look at. I have been through from beginning to end and can't find any reason. I haven't reinstalled yet

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The following page by Microsoft contains the information you are looking for (Block or unblock automatic picture downloads in email messages):

< http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook-help/block-or-unblock-automatic-picture-downloads-in-email-messages-HP010355038.aspx >
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If this issue is for only user, requesting you to re-create outlook profile

Also ensure, if the sender is added to safer sender list
How to do - http://office.microsoft.com/en-in/outlook-help/block-or-unblock-automatic-picture-downloads-in-email-messages-HP010355038.aspx
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Thank you both for that information much appreciated

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