Displaying graphics in e-mails
For security reasons, many current e-mail programs block the display of images in e-mails. To have them displayed, they must either be enabled manually and individually for each e-mail or the e-mail client must be set to display all graphics from a trusted sender automatically.
To do this for LUMITOS’s newsletter, please follow the instructions below:
- Thunderbird refers to blocked images in a yellow alert box with a text like “To protect your privacy, Thunderbird has blocked remote content in this message”.
- Click the “Settings” button within this box
- Now click on “Always load remote content from <mail adress>”
- The address of the sender contains the @ character. For the LUMITOS’s newsletters, these addresses are:
- de: email@example.com
- com: firstname.lastname@example.org
- com: email@example.com
- quimica.es: firstname.lastname@example.org
- From now on, the images contained in the respective newsletters are automatically displayed.
- Outlook refers to blocked images in a red box with a text like: “Some pictures have been blocked to help prevent the sender from identifying your computer. Click here to download pictures”.
- In the menu that appears, click “Add to list of trusted senders” or similar.
- From now on, the images contained in the respective newsletter are automatically displayed.