Due to spam filter settings, your Outlook might have the Automatic Downloading of Pictures set to off. This can get annoying if you've already filtered email through the junk mail folder. Here's how you can turn off this feature to save you time in the long run.
Things You'll Need
- Microsoft Outlook
Launch Microsoft Outlook and click on Tools and go to Options.
Click on the Security tab. Then click on the Change Automatic Download Settings button.
Uncheck the box for "Don't download pictures."
Click OK and exit. Outlook should now automatically download pictures in your emails hence saving you time in the long run.
Tips & Warnings
- If you do not have junk email set up, this will increase your chances of receiving spam. Check your email administrator if you are unsure.
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