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Outlook 2003 - email images do not download even after confirmatio

Postby Qm9yYQ » Thu, 13 Sep 2007 05:38:04 GMT

Office 2003 Professional - Outlook clients cannot download images in HTML 
emails even after the confirmation to allow them.
This is a recent occurance (about a month) and it's persistant throughout 
our 10 Network.
When same emails are viewed in Outlook Express on the same computer, the 
images download without problem after confirmation. It seems to be an issue 
with Outlook 2003 only.
We are running an Exchange Server 2003, on a Windows Server 2003 for SBS, 
Service Pack 1. Clients are all XP Pro w/ Service Pack 2. All updates are 
current.

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