Ok...this started happening only recently, and i can't pinpoint why. Am
using Outlook 2003.
When someone sends me an email with an embedded image "I can" see it, no
I can create an email with an embedded image, no problem.
The recipients can see the images, no problem.
I usually copy myself on these emails, no problem.
Here's my dilemma:
Problem is when I open the email i just sent, i cannot see the embedded
image. All i see is an "X".
Under the "Mail Format" tab in Outlook I have the following settings for:
- Compose in this message format: HTML
- Use Microsoft Office Word 2003 to edit e-mail messages - "Enabled"
- Use Microsoft Office Word 2003 to read Rich Text e-mail messages -
When I DISABLE the "Use Microsoft Office Word 2003 to edit e-mail messages"
and "Use Microsoft Office Word 2003 to read Rich Text e-mail messages" - IT
WORKS (I can see the images in my emails that i just sent!
Problem is, I prefer to have the "MS Office Word"
features "enabled" when
creating emails (i use "tables" in my emails alot). Odd thing, is that i
have always had these features enabled, and this only started happening a
couple of weeks ago. Maybe there's another setting that i am missing.
And by the way, under my "Automatic Picture
Download Settings", i have
"unchecked" the "Don't download pictures..." box.
Would appreciate any assistance you can provide.