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Windows 7: How to remove graphics inhibitor in Windows Live Mail

04 Jun 2012   #1

Windows 7 Professional (x64)
How can I remove graphics inhibitor in Windows Live Mail

I have my Cloudmark and W-7 anti-spam finely tuned, know my correspondents, and so it's unlikely that a graphics file on an incoming email page will do damage. But here we are again wth MS playing Uncle on my W-7 Pro by hiding all the graphics images unless I take the time to say it's OK to show them.

I'm new to W-7 admittedly (tho I go back to DOS 2.0), so is there any way to turn off this annoying feature? I've turned most of the MS "self-security" to their minimum levels in an attept to find it and I can't. Anyone familiar with this poser?

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04 Jun 2012   #2

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Windows 7 Home Premium 64Bit

Welcome to SF klatven

Have you tried this?: View images that Windows Mail blocked
They are settings for windows mail, but should work for windows live mail too.

Also try:
Tools Safety Options Security Deselect "Block images and other external content in HTML emails''
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