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Picture issue in Outlook

Postby Barry Watzman » Sat, 21 Nov 2009 05:40:59 GMT

I've been having a picture issue in Outlook 2003 (NOT Outlook Express) 
that just started recently.

I compose an E-Mail in outlook and it has a picture in it.

I send the message.

Now I go to look at the message in the "sent messages" folder and the 
picture isn't showing up; I get an empty white box with the red "X" in 
the upper left corner.

But get this:  If I click "Forward", THE PICTURE SHOWS UP IN THE MESSAGE 

So, clearly, the picture never left, it is simply not being displayed.

***I have all security image filtering turned off, so that is not the 

[e.g. EVERYTHING under tools / options / security, "downloaded pictures" 
(which this is not) is unchecked.]

Anyone have any idea what is going on, and how to get pictures to display?

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