Are you having trouble viewing pictures in your Outlook email? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. This happens because by default, Microsoft has disabled this feature. But fear not, here’s a quick fix for you to enable this feature and view pictures in your Outlook email.
If you open the particular email that has pictures and see a red mark, you will have to click on the option that says “If there are any problems with showing this message is displayed”. Once you do that, click on “Change Automatic Download Settings” and you will see an option which says “Do not download pictures automatically in standard HTML message”. Uncheck this box and also uncheck the “Permit downloads in email messages from senders and to recipients defined in the Safe Senders and Safe Recipients Lists used by the Junk Email filter” box. Click on “OK”, then click on “Download Pictures”. The picture should show up, but if you want to view it in the browser, check if you have a default browser set. It should open up that particular picture in the default browser.
If doing all of these settings still doesn’t work, you can go back to Internet Explorer and reset all your default settings and clear the cache for your browser. Close Internet Explorer and then open Outlook again and try to open the email where you were not able to view the pictures.
If the problem persists, you can try to click on “Send and Receive” and open Outlook. If you still have troubles viewing the pictures in your Outlook, leave a message in the comment section and we’ll get back to you with a new possible resolution.
In conclusion, these are the steps you can take when facing problems with pictures not showing up in Outlook. No need to stress out, as it can be fixed quickly and easily. Remember to always check your settings and keep your browser up-to-date.