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Outlook 2007 - Some graphics won't load

My Outlook 2007 HTML messages won't load graphics within the messages about 90% of the time The only option when I right click on to show the image, is COPY. Even when I occasionally have the download image/graphic option, it won't display and then only gives me the COPY option again.

I have cleared cache, browser history, etc. No luck.

Any suggestions?

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Check the proxy settings in internet settings. Open Internet Explorer, click on Tools on the menu bar, click on the Connections tab, click the LAN Settings button, and uncheck the "Use a proxy server for your LAN". Often, a trojan attack will check this box and redirect your connection. Even after the trojan has been cleaned, this problem remains. Even if you use Firefox, Outlook uses the Windows internet settings, not the Firefox settings.

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Since I receive e-mail mostly from the same people/sites, I simply add each safe recipient to the Safe Recipient's list:

While in the InBox with the e-mail selected, go to the top menu and chose Actions > Junk Mail > Add Recipient to Safe Recipient's list.

All graphics open with each of these selected senders. In just a few minutes, you can select all the trusted sites where you may actually desire to view the graphics. If you receive a new recipient e-mail that you think you can trust, just add him to the list

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In the menu bar for outlook:
Select Tools > Trust Center
In the left column select, "Automatic Download"

This is where you can change these settings. I advise you to be cautious as this is the primary method by which email virus' are spread. If you want outlook to download everything though simply uncheck the box next to:

"Don't download pictures automatically in HTML e-mail messages or RSS items."

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