Question:
Why can't I see photos?

Answer:
Your email program is likely blocking images. This setting can be changed. See the list below for instructions.

Outlook Express:
Images may not display.
Select Tools>>Options, click on the Security tab. In the Download Images area, uncheck "Block images and other external content in HTML e-mail."

AOL:
Images may not display by default.
Click on the "Show images & enable links" button.

Yahoo! Mail:
Images may not display by default.
Click on the "Edit Preferences" link and in the "Image Blocking" area, select either "Don't block any images" or "Block images in messages that SpamGuard thinks are spam."

Gmail:
Images may not display by default.
Click on the "Display external images" link.

Hotmail:
Images may not display by default.
Click on the link to "Enable all message content."

Incredimail:
Images may not display by default.
From Incredimail's main menu, click on Tools>>Options. Click the Security tab. Remove the checkmark next to "Block external images (recommended)" and from "Do not warn me about external images." Click the OK button.

Opera:
Images may not display by default.
Click View>>Display and uncheck "Suppress external embeds."

Eudora:
Images may not display by default.
Click Tools>>Options>>Display and select "Automatically download HTML graphics".

Pegasus Mail:
HTML may not display by default.
Click "Mail Preferences and Settings" -- under Incoming mail, select "Where a choice of format exists, display the fancy version". Click the Apply button.

Thunderbird:
Images may not display by default.
Select a e-mail that has HTML in it. Click on the "Show Images" button, located on the right-hand side of the window. Note that a plain text message will not show this button.

 

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