Hello Aaron,

On Tue, 08 Jul 2003 11:42:06 EST GMT (08/07/03, 23:42 +0700 GMT),
Aaron M Farbo wrote:

>      I have a problem viewing graphics/pictures in html email that I
> recieve using TB.  I will download all my messages, some being html and
> some not, but for some reason the graphics and pictures that go with the
> html messages show up as x's where the pictures are supposed to be.  I
> cannot find an option in TB to turn off the high security or how to make
> it so that I can view these graphics/pictures.  Any help would be greatly
> appreciated. 

Easy: the pictures that you don't see have not been sent with the
message. The HTML code contains a command that they be downloaded from
the web. TB doesn't do that, for security reasons.

If you still want to see the HTML mail in its full glory, double click
on the attachment icon. Your browser will open, and it will download
all those picutures.

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Cheers,
Thomas.

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