Go to Tools, Options, Read, and make sure "Read all messages in plain text"
Then go to the Security tab and select the Internet zone; also uncheck "Do not
allow attachments...", and uncheck "Block images..."
If all those settings were already correct, it is quite likely that the sender made
a mistake in the way he referenced a picture, or the picture resides on a
remote server which is temporarily not accessible.
Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail)
"Larry" <Larry@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:92AF7AAA-7675-4D6E-BC5A-EAFA826952D0@xxxxxx
> received and e-mail and in the body of the e-mail there is an outline of
> something that does not display.
> In the upper left corner there is a small white box with a red x in it.
> Am I missing some option for receiving the content to be displayed?
> I found some old answers to something like this but it referred to servers.