Windows Guides Feed

Windows Guides EmailSince yesterday, I’ve heard from 20+ subscribers who have problems seeing images in their newsletters from Windows Guides. Usually, people  email me and I explain one on one how to display the images; however, with the survey I ran yesterday, many people let me know that the form isn’t showing (see important note below) and neither are images.

This guide explains how to see images without coming over to the site.

Important Note:

If you saw the word “Loading…” in the newsletter yesterday where I had the two-question survey, you’ll need to go to the survey page: How Fast Does mintywhite.com Load on Your Connection? These types of forms often wont display in emails.

How to Display Images in Your Email

In this guide, I’ll show you how to display images, in emails, using the most popular clients. If you can’t see images in the newsletter and are not using one of these services/clients, please ask in the forums.

This guide covers:

  • Gmail
  • Hotmail
  • Yahoo
  • Outlook 2007
  • Outlook 2003
  • Windows Live Mail

Gmail

To display images, from an email, in Gmail:

  1. Open the email.
  2. Click Display images below.

Hotmail

To display images, from an email, in Hotmail:

  1. Open the email.
  2. Click Mark as safe.

Yahoo Mail

To display images, from an email, in Yahoo Mail:

  1. Open the email.
  2. Click Show Images.

Outlook 2007

To display images, from an email, in Outlook 2007:

  1. Open the email.
  2. Click the bar that says “Click here to download pictures…” and click Add Sender to Safe Senders List.

Outlook 2003

To display images, from an email, in Outlook 2003:

  1. Right click the email.
  2. Click Junk Email > Add Sender to Safe Senders List (or Add Sender’s Domain (@mintywhite.com) to Safe Senders List if you trust the site.)

Windows Live Mail

To display images, from an email, in Windows Live Mail:

  1. Right click the email.
  2. Click Junk Email > Add Sender to Safe Senders List (or Add Sender’s Domain (@mintywhite.com) to Safe Senders List if you trust the site.)

If you can’t see images in the newsletter and are not using one of these clients, please ask in the forums.



About Rich

Rich is the owner and creator of Windows Guides; he spends his time breaking things on his PC so he can write how-to guides to fix the problems he creates.

Free PC tips by email

Search Windows Guides




Comments


Computer tips in your inbox
Sign up for the Windows Guides newsletter to get PC tips and access to free Windows books (More details)

Enter your email address:
 

Popular Guides

See which sites have been visited on your PC (even if private browsing mode is used)

Create a Windows 7 System Repair Disc

Best Free Anti-malware

Hibernate vs. Sleep vs. Shut-Down

i3, i5, and i7; Dual, Quad, Hexa Core Processors. How to they Differ?

Intel's Ivy Bridge Processor: new Features

Submit Your Tip
Submit your computer tip to us; receive full credit for all published tips

Windows Guides on Facebook