Putting Pictures on the Account

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Ariel08



Anyone can help me on how to put picture on my own profile in Microsoft Outlook 2010.

So that anyone can view my photo.

thanks.
 
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Roady [MVP]

That is up to the receiving client and not up to the sender. You can of course supply them with a picture of you which they can configure in their client as the display picture for you but that is all the control that you have.
 
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