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Re: Evolution: Why are images not displayed?



Just type Ctrl-I. In order to display the images automatically the sender needs to be in your address book I believe.

On 3/27/06, Dan Thurman < dant cdkkt com> wrote:
Folks,

I guess it did not occur to me until now since I am starting
to use Evolution's Email system... is that when I receive unsolicited
email that are html formed, I noticed that *all* of the images are shown
with the "X" images instead of the picture they are supposed to be.

Is that normal?

One thing I like about M$ desktops over linux (fedora) is that
"all of this mundane stuff" is mostly already installed so you
wouldn't notice...  images and most things are there and is taken
for granted.  That is the way things should be IMHO.

Due to the various reasons of legality (blah, blah, blah) - it
seems that linux makes it as easy as doing a root canal when
you have to figure out just exactly what needs to be done to
install the various "necessary packages" in order to complete
the "missing picture" be it the web-browser, (html aware) the
email applications and so on.  This is a major gripe at least
for me.

Can anyone tell me what needs to be done for evolution?

I know that there are other sites to try to make things easy
such as http://www.stanton-finley.net but come on...  shouldn't
these things eclipse M$ or at least get on-par with M$ who goes
out of their way to make things easier for their customers for
the express purpose of customer retention?

Kind regards,
Dan

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