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May 15, 2017. Outlook for Mac works with Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft 365, Outlook.com (including Hotmail and MSN), Gmail, Yahoo Mail, and iCloud Learn more about Microsoft 365 Microsoft 365 is a cloud-based subscription service that brings together premium versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and OneDrive, with the best tools for the way people. May 02, 2018. How to Download Embedded Images as Attachments in Microsoft Outlook. Author: Chris Lee, Senior Director, Information Technology With the rise of smartphone email clients such as Apple Mail and similar, many email messages that you receive in Outlook will contain images – but they are not sent as attachments. For me this happens when Outlook for Mac 2016 tries to download attachments using a weak internet connection. Somehow, the download fails, and Outlook is unable to re-download later when a better connection is available. So the greyed out attachments are just stuck in limbo - can't open, can't redownload.

‘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 we have listed some common configurational changes that can help users access restricted emails in Outlook. It includes:

  • Unblock Images for Single and Multiple Email Messages
  • Allow Blocked Web Contents for Trusted Senders
  • Clear Temporary File Folder

Let’s get to each of the above-mentioned solutions in a more detailed manner.

Unblock images for a single message

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.

Unblock images for all the messages (for Outlook versions 2016, 2013, & 2010)

In 2016, 2013 and 2010 Outlook versions,

  1. Go to the File tab, click Options, and select Trust Center.
  2. Click Trust Center Settings, under the section Microsoft Outlook Trust Center.
  3. Clear the checkbox against Don’t download pictures automatically in HTML e-mail messages or RSS items.

Note: In Outlook 2007 version, follow the steps given below:

  1. Go to the Tools menu, and click Trust Center>Automatic Download.
  2. Clear the checkbox placed in front of Don’t download pictures automatically in HTML e-mail messages or RSS items.

Allow Blocked Web Contents for Trusted Senders

Outlook comes with an integrated feature to block web content. This feature ensures your system safety by blocking web bugs. You may have noticed that many advertisements you receive via emails anonymously have blocked images. You can access these blocked images through simple steps; all you have to do is right-click on any picture place holder and select Download Pictures option. Moreover, you can add members or domain to the safe senders list by simply following these given instructions.

  1. In the open message received from a trusted source and domain, right-click the blocked item.
  2. Click Add the Sender to Safe Senders List or Add the [email protected] to Safe Senders List.

Once you have added a member or domain to the safe sender list, all images are downloaded automatically.

Clear Temporary File Folder

Sometimes even if the user has made all the required configurational changes, Outlook still restricts external content like images. The most prominent reasons behind this situations are a couple of factors like invalid Temp folder path, and corruption in Temporary Internet File Folder.

Try clearing the Temp directory or configure the right path for Temp folder and access the images again.

Try an All-rounder PST tool

We have discussed manual methods with the help of which you can solve ‘Images not showing in email’ problem, but a better way to overcome it is by using a third-party tool.

Kernel for Outlook PST repair is an outstanding tool that helps you to deal with all the issues related to your PSTs. The tool successfully recovers damaged or corrupted PST file with no size limitation. The tool is compatible with all versions of Outlook, Windows and recovers even password-protected, encrypted and deleted files. It can recover and save all items with their attachments (images, documents, etc.) in their original hierarchy.

Wrapping Up

Hope the information shared in the post helps you deal with the problem of ‘Images not Displayed’ efficiently and effectively. In case, your PST has corruption issues, the most recommended way to fix it is with the help of Kernel Outlook PST Repair.

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Author: Chris Lee, Senior Director, Information Technology

With the rise of smartphone email clients such as Apple Mail and similar, many email messages that you receive in Outlook will contain images – but they are not sent as attachments. Rather, they are embedded within the actual body of the email itself.

This is an annoyance for the many users of Microsoft Outlook (and similar email programs) who want to quickly access and save those images as file attachments.

Depending upon what version of Outlook that you have, there are two workarounds for this:

Outlook version 2010 or later

If you're using Outlook version 2010 or later, you can right-click the image and save the file directly like this:

Problem solved and you can save the image directly to your hard drive.

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Save the entire email as an HTML document

If you are using an earlier version of Outlook or another email program that does not easily allow you to access attachments, here's a great workaround:

  1. Select FILE, and then SAVE AS:
  2. Choose HTML for the message format:
  3. You will notice that you've saved one file and one folder to your hard drive. The file is the email itself (with an .htm) extension, and the folder is the name of the email. You want to open the folder.
  4. Voila! Inside the folder are all your images that were contained within in the email!
    There are other files in there also (mostly XML files) that make up the structure of the email itself.
    Check the images carefully, as sometimes you may get two different versions of the same image (as shown above). Everything else being equal, you should select the larger file size of the two photo files.

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