Frank Murphy (Frankly3d) wrote:
> Michael Watterson wrote:
>> Frank Murphy wrote:
>>>>>>>> Yep, TB has a "allow remote images" for each message.
>>> It can be overridden with prefs, to allow\disallow.
>> yes. Set in main prefs/options.
>> By default TB *does* load remote images as soon as you open the email.
>>>> No, within the Linux version the default in *no*,
> I was wrong it's not within preferences.
>> It's actually on a case by case as email arrives.
> You can then set a filter, witin viewable header info, to allow
> *that* send instant remote images.
>If auto is disabled globally, then you do indeed have a email by email
option to "always allow this sender" (bad idea as spam will likely at
times be same From) or "load image this time". But there is I think
somewhere to set global behavior.
I've definitely had to change to global settings on Linux and Windows
installs. But I can't remember which versions.
Similar settings and such in Netscape and Eudora in a past life.
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