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> Outlook -> tools -> Options -> Mail format -> Change e-mail editor "compose in this message format" to "HTML" if it is in plain or rich text.
Outlook -> Tools -> Trusr center -> Uncheck : "Do not download pictures automatically in HTML e-mail messages or RSS items"
try this 2 steps and this will fix the issue.

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