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Viewing attached pictures in Outlook

By turkitech76 ·
How can I set Outlook to view attached pictures automatically just like OE and web-based inboxes, with no need for external viewers?

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by DKlippert In reply to Viewing attached pictures ...

If you mean that you want the pictures to appear in your messages, rather than as attachments, send using HTML format.
The recipient will, also, have to have a compatible mail system.

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by brian In reply to Viewing attached pictures ...

You can cofigure Attachement sucurity at Tools/Options/Security/Attachment security. I don't believe Outlook is designed to auto open pictures but you can loosen restrictions here. Keep in mind that an autopening file could be a virus.

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by ck.wan In reply to Viewing attached pictures ...

No way to view pics like outlook Express, I tried several times.

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