Images that used accompany my emails are no longer visible. There are large blank blocks where images would normally be viewed. This is now happening with 50% of my mail. Anyone else experiencing this? My OS is Windows 10, all upgrades have been maintained. I'm puzzled.
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Are the images inline in the body of the email, or are they attachments you have to open? Or are they linked from outside sources? I use Chrome and it has a setting to allow or disallow images to display. So for sure check your browser for such a setting. Your Comcast email settings also has one for externally linked images. It should be on by default. But to check it, on the Inbox page click on the gear icon in the upper right corner of the page, then on Settings. Under Mail Settings>>>>Display you will see it. It's the second item in the list.
How are you accessing your email? Do the images show up as placeholders, or is it that nothing at all appears?
What browser are you using? I use Chrome, and it has a setting that allows or blocks images. Check to see if yours is enabled.
It works in Chrome but I use Firefox.
I just tried sending an image from my MSN account to my Comcast account and opened the email with Firefox. Worked just fine for me. Try clearing cache/history in Firefox and then try again. Also, are you using the most recent version of Firefox? They are up to v61.0.2 now.
I am experiencing exactly the same problems as descibed here. Firefox, latest version updated etc. Images appear as empty boxes. Can not seem to enable them.
I use Firefox and have the same problem. I believe it is caused by Firefox designating Comcast as an unsecure site and blocking the images. Click on the shield icon in your address bar and add the Comcast address as an exception *IF* you trust it. Firefox may be correct in not trusting the security of the sites that send you email. User beware ALWAYS.