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dreaded black box with the red X

New computer, XP PRO with OE6.When I recieve emails with pictures, like catalogs on line, There are no pictures just the darn black box. This also happens with some emails sent by friends. I did click on the red X and some would open and some not and I don't think I should have to click it should download. Any suggestions? Thanks

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"New computer". Can I ask?

Why isn't this a problem you take up with the new computer's maker?

Bob

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black box with the red X

I guess the reason is you wait for ever on hold then you get someone you can't understand that lives in India. I will continue to try to get help from the computer maker.

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Can I ask?

Why would you put up with such and if they are that bad, why not pack it up and ask for a full refund?

There are discussions about missing content in Web browsers in these forums. Have you reviewed these?

Bob

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OE 6: Tools->Options-> Security, then ;

Ensure that the option, "Do not allow attachments to be saved or opened that could potentially be a virus" is not checkmarked. Also you will see references to "Download images", and "Block images" in there too.

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