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#2143 1-Sep-2004 08:11
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This is probably a dumb question....

When reading HTML email via my Hotmail account, the images in the email do not display. I have set P.I.E. to display images ("regular" web pages display fine).

When viewing HTML email in my inbox, the images also do not appear, even though I have an active internet connection.

Any suggestions?

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Jeff Shimizu

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#8250 1-Sep-2004 08:33
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Are you using the Mobile version (the default whe using Pocket Internet Explorer)? It seems to filter all images. If the browser was filtering this you would see the little red crosses inside a box - not the case.

Pocket Outlook Inbox doesn't support HTML e-mail. For this you'll have to use WebIS Mail.




 

 

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#8251 1-Sep-2004 09:05
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Actually, in both cases, all I "see" for the images are the URLs that point to the location of the image files.

Thanks for the suggestion about WebIS. I'll take a look...

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#8253 1-Sep-2004 10:05
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Yep, same here. I think MSN Mobile filters images on Hotmail e-mails.




 

 

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