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Can I hide/delete "play slideshow" on sent mail?

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  1. Mojocat

    Mojocat Thread Starter

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    Hello. When I send e-mail, containing an emoticon, Windows Live Mail places pictures of them at the top of my e-mail message window, with the option to "play slideshow". I really don't need to see a slide show of my one or two emoticons. I'm not sending photos, just adding emoticons in my message.

    Is there a way to disable or hide this featue? If not, maybe move it to the bottom of my message? Does it send the same play slideshow to my mail recipient?

    I also note that when I receive e-mail, in most cases, there is an IE icon placed at the top of the message. I don't know why those come through or what it means. Would the same answer to hiding or removing the play slideshow also work for removing IE icons? Hope this makes sense.

    Please make suggestions in simple terms, I am not computer savvy and brand new to Windows Live Mail. Thank you in advance for any answers.

    Using: Windows 7
    Live Mail 2011
    I use Live Mail (not Hotmail)
     
  2. jakey8

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    I guess the IE icons are what happens when you receive a instant message on IE :)
     
  3. Mojocat

    Mojocat Thread Starter

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    Thanks jakey8, that makes sense.
     
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    Your very welcome! Have you found any updates?
     
  5. Mojocat

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    Not yet, I'm still looking (and hoping) to soon!
     
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