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cannot view embedded images in Outlook 2003

By morecowbell ·
A user is having an issue viewing embedded images in Outlook 2003.
Once the email is forwarded or replied to then the user can view the image. There is hit and miss resolution via microsoft support. Does anyone have any ideas?

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by Jacky Howe In reply to cannot view embedded imag ...

There is a registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\11.0\Outlook\Security. It contains a key called "OutlookSecureTempFolder ".

Delete the key!

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Works. thanks again

by morecowbell In reply to Try This


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Your welcome :) <NT>

by Jacky Howe In reply to Works. thanks again


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worked for me too

by gmorris In reply to Try This

took 10 secs and user thinks I am a legend once again!

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Thanks for the SOLUTION!!!!!

by smontiel In reply to Try This

I have settled with this annoying symptom on Outlook for months. My work-around to view the image was to copy and paste the image pane embedded in the email into Word to allow me to view the actual image. Well today a senior manager at my company tapped me on the shoulder with the exact same symptom. It took me about an hour to find your solution. Thanks! It worked!!!

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That's great

by Jacky Howe In reply to Try This

keep it handy for future reference.

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outlook cannot see embeded image

by In reply to Try This

Dear Jacky

Your solution is great. Thank you so much.
Have you found your job now..?
Have a nice day.

Best Regards.,

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I haven't found a job

by Jacky Howe In reply to outlook cannot see embede ...

in the IT industry as yet. I will give it till Christmas, and then I will try to get back into the Construction Industry. I was a Plant Operator before getting into IT. I used to really enjoy operating Front-end loaders.

Thanks for the interest.

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