‘Pictures not showing in email’ is one of the most common issues faced by MS Outlook users.
Other than the default configuration issues, there could be some reasons why pictures in your email are not displayed. It can be some email program settings, incompatible file formats, and the way images are attached to the email.
Though blocking pictures makes computers more secure, it is not desirable to block images from trusted sources. This is why MS Outlook gives users a provision to unblock pictures that won’t harm the system.
For a single message, you can unblock images simply by clicking Download Pictures on the InfoBar at the top of the message.
If you are doing the above step while previewing the message, the image will be saved automatically and display when you open the message next time. But with an open message, you have to save the message if you want it to be displayed when you open the message next time.
In 2016, 2013 and 2010 Outlook versions,
Note: In Outlook 2007 version, follow the steps given below:
For allowing pictures from a trusted source or a particular domain, you need to follow the two-step process:
Hope the information shared in the post helps you deal with the problem of ‘Images not Displayed’ efficiently and effectively.