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For privacy and security reasons Gmail doesn’t display images in email as default. Instead it asks you if you want to display the images in said email message.

Well, now you can tell Gmail to trust people in your contact list and have it always display images in messages from that person always.

This is a good idea and a bad idea.

You need to be very, very sure of who you’re trusting. It’s probably not a good idea to trust the likes of aunt Nora who sends you 50 or more forwards and chain emails per day.

More at the Gmail Blog

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