Re: Entourage 2004 & web images
Date: Mon, 05 Jul 2004 23:07:08 +0100
On 5/7/04 9:43 pm, in article
email@example.com, "JH Todd"
> I just installed Entourage 2004 on Mac PowerBook G4 with OS 10.3.4.
> When I receive an email message that contains graphics, these graphics
> don't show up. There is a box with an x in the middle. These are
> messages from subscription newsletters and other such services. When I
> insert a photo in a new email message, that image does come through.
> Help please.
A new security feature in Entourage 2004 blocks the display of pictures (and
other linked mail content) hosted on remote sites. Images can be loaded for
individual messages by clicking on the Download Pictures¹ link in the
yellow message status bar. This was a huge feature request from users that
found the all embracing All Pictures¹ or No Pictures¹ too limiting.
There is a setting in the security section of the preferences to
automatically download pictures from recipients who are in your address
book. That should suffice for most users. If you really want to download all
images from all sources, you can put ".com", ".net", ".org" etc to your list
of safe domains in the Junk Mail Protection dialog. Then, images from all
untrustworthy sources will be downloaded.
Microsoft MVP (see http://mvp.support.microsoft.com for details)
Seen the All-New Entourage Help Pages? - Check them out:
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