Viewing images in HTML e-mails



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Viewing images in HTML e-mails

Postby chawki » Fri, 15 Jul 2005 21:58:28 GMT


I usually have Outlook display HTML messages at text.  I then change
the display whithin the message myself if I want to see the HTML
formatted message.

What I can't get are images to be displayed within the e-mail message.
They appear as attachments instead of in their proper place within the
HTML message.

Does anyone know how I can have Outlook display the images properly
within the HTML-formatted message when I change the display from text
to HTML?



Re: Viewing images in HTML e-mails

Postby SgtRich » Sat, 16 Jul 2005 17:10:38 GMT

What you're seeing is the way that Outlook works. Images sent as
attachments must be viewed separately from the message body. Only images
that are *embedded* into the message body by the original sender will
appear in the message's body.
Chicago, Illinois, USA

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