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strange behaviour after IE7 upgrade

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Old October 21st 06, 03:17 AM posted to microsoft.public.outlook
Tony Linguini
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Default strange behaviour after IE7 upgrade

On both of my machines (XPSP2, Outlook 2003), after upgrading to IE7, I have
to select "show pictures" (they do not show), then close the email, open the
email and select "show pictures" again for them to show. I am looking for
new settings but can't seem to find any. Suggestions?
Thank you.


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