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Old 02-18-2009, 04:21 PM
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Images in email load very slowly, even if from safe sender
 
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Default Images in email load very slowly, even if from safe sender

I was using the Live Mail desktop client for awhile but I needed more PIM features (the recent Calendar integration into Live mail is a nice touch but it's not enough) so I switched to Outlook 2007. I'm liking it a lot so far, does everything I need and more for school- but I'm noticing that emails with a lot of images - which have been marked by me as coming from a 'Safe Sender' still take several seconds to load the images. Compared to the instantaneous loading of these same images from the very same list of 'Safe Senders' in Live Mail Desktop, I cannot help but wonder if there is something I can do in Outlook to speed up image loading in all emails from 'Safe Senders'?



Any help would be greatly appreciated -- thanks in advance!
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