If the image inserted into a page / blog through attaching from pc,
it couldn't show in outlook 2007, even when I logged in confluence with IE 8.
I founded the images source URL has been changed in outlook 2007.
For example, the image source link was:
But outlook, it was different:
Outlook added "amp;" after "&" of the image link.
I doubt if this is the reason why outlook cannot show images.
Is there any solution for outlook to show the attached images?
BTW, is it possible to show images without login Confluence?
I agree it's not just about server access or loggin, because some of my colleague can see images in notify mail by outlook 2010.
BTW, my colleague have posted same problem on Support and got reply, but I have no permission to see it.
https://support.atlassian.com/browse/CSP-86481 Isn't that information public?
For security and privacy reasons, all support requests over at http://support.atlassian.com are restricted to the Reporter and Atlassian Staff only by default.
If you wish, your colleague can request that you are CC'ed to the ticket so you can view the issue yourself. Your colleague can do this by adding their request as a comment to the ticket in question - please ensure you've created a free account first in order to expedite the process.
I hope that helps!
I've tried the these solutions, but the problem still exists.
(1) In outlook 2007, click File->Options->Trust Center->Email Security, and "uncheck "
Automatic Download--Don't download pictures automatically in HTML e-mail messages or RSS items
(2) Add Sender to Safe Senders List
(3) Use the command "regedit" to clear "OutlookSecureTempFolder"
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