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Outlook 2013 photos from AD

Posted on 2015-02-04
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Hi all,

I have a setup where the AD is Windows Server 2003 native mode as functionality and Exchange 2010. We would like to upload photos in AD and I used a tool of Code two and uploaded photos 96 by 96 and less than 10KB.

I have an issue where in Word, Excel PPT 2013 the user photo is being displayed as the one I uploaded in AD but in Outlook 2013 the photos are not appearing.


In Outlook 2013 the people pane is enabled, what else do I need to check please?
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Pictures are not downloaded automatically with outlook 2013

May be you can enable auto picture download and check if it works

Check below link
http://blogmines.com/blog/enable-automatic-downloading-of-pictures-in-outlook-2013/
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The auto download pictures is enabled too but still same problem..
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Hi all any updates please?
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