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bruceb3

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When I receive some e-mails, the pictures are just a white box with a red "x" in the upper left corner. I'm using Outlook 2000. It's weird, because in most of the e-mails I get, the pictures are fine. Thanks!
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Just a guess, but the ones you get with images OK are probably the ones from people on your approved sender list.
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Are the pictures from web links? Are the ones you can open from web links also?
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Nope, not links and I went through all Outlooks' settings and didn't see an "approved senders'" list. Thanks for the replies though...
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It seems to me that those pictures come from the Internet. Make sure your HTML is enabled and you have the lastest Java Runtime version 6 update 11 installed.

If you right-click on the picture, can you see a URL in the properties?

Perhaps this may help.

Edited by karbo, 27 January 2009 - 05:18 PM.

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