Email Image Question

We are looking for a to have Office 365 to allow images in user mailboxes from a global setting, so that emails from specific domains (already whitelisted) will show the images.  The way it’s working now is that Outlook controls whether images are displayed or not. We would like to remove any user interaction to trust these domains due to the scope of impact, and handle this via a setting somewhere in O365.  Is there any setting in Office365 that would allow for images in emails to be displayed by default for users of the system? Is there a way to override the need to have our user community manually trust the domain from within the Outlook client?
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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
One way to work around this is to push "safe senders" to each user, as pictures sent from such recipients will be automatically displayed in Outlook.
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ITADUMAAuthor Commented:
you mean via GPO correct
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Saif ShaikhServer engineer Commented:
As per article-https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/tzink/2018/02/23/how-to-get-images-to-load-in-outlook-com-office-365-and-outlook-email-clients/

Point 3. In Outlook desktop client, images also do not load by default even if you're a good sender but there is a little more configurability. Please refer point 3 of the article for more clarity.


You may refer article- https://support.microsoft.com/en-au/help/2252421/how-to-deploy-junk-email-settings-such-as-the-safe-senders-list-by-usi

and use the GPO, however you will have to create safesender.txt file which should include all domains which you need to whitlist.
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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
You can update the safe senders list via PowerShell (set-mailboxjunkemailconfiguration): https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/exchange/antispam-antimalware/set-mailboxjunkemailconfiguration?view=exchange-ps

Due to some peculiarities in the implementation in ExO, I'm not 100% sure it will work, so test it first.
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