I tried editing the forms, but it is just too complicated for me.
While searching the net for a solution, I came across this Microsoft page:
Here's the interesting bit:
If both the sender and the recipient
are using Office Outlook 2007, a
contact picture is displayed in
messages received if the sender uses a
contact photo. The picture appears in
the message header of the open
message and in the header of the
message in the Reading Pane. You can
double-click the contact picture to
open the contact or right-click it for
other contact options.
Note: For the picture to display,
the contact must also be saved in an
Outlook Contact folder and that
Contact folder must be designated as
an Outlook Address Book. These are the
default settings when creating
contacts in Microsoft Office Outlook.
If you don't see the picture included
with a contact, check to see if the
default settings have been changed.
So, if we DONT want the contact photo to show in email header, all we need to do is make sure our contacts folder is NOT the designated outlook address book....is this correct?
If I change / transfer my whole contacts to another contact folder, will this effect my activesync settings? Can I still sync my contacts from my PDA to my Outlook?
Sorry if my questions sounds silly, I'm not a technical person, and some of this advance settings stuff is a bit over my head.