When I open an email in Outlook, I find there’s a big red cross where images should be. How do I show the images?
Warning: This solution involves editing the Windows registry. Doing this incorrectly can damage your system. If you are not an experienced computer user, call for a computer technician.
First backup your important data and then restart your computer. Do not open Outlook.
Once your computer is running, open the registry editor by clicking Start, Run (or Find in Vista) and type regedit and click okay.
Go down the list on the left hand side of the Registry Editor screen to HKEY_CURRENT_USER click the plus on the left of the key to expand it and click the plus next to Software.
Continue down the tree by clicking the plus next to Microsoft then Office then 11.0, Outlook, Security and finally highlight OutlookSecureTempFolder.
On the right hand side of the screen you will see %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\OLK3D\ . Note the %USERPROFILE% may be the user’s name instead.
Highlight and delete %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\OLK3D\
Close the Registry Editor, reboot your computer and Outlook 2003 should work fine.
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