Synching them via the EAS or Exchange protocol only provides limited support.The original intention of is that the contact pictures are being taken and updated automatically from the user’s Microsoft Account and any social network providers you are connected to such as Facebook and Linked In.As you might have noticed, you can’t add or change a contact’s picture via the website at all.The main source of contact pictures on is coming from the profile picture which people have selected for their own Microsoft Account.After taking another look at the cmdlet parameters I noted another parameter: -Preview Thus: Set-User Photo "stevie" -Picture Data ([System. File]:: Read All Bytes("C:\Users\stevie\App Data\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Account Picturesa2217e981a758f.jpg")) -Preview -Preview uploads the photo to your user account but does not save it.Saving is accomplished via Set-User Photo "stevie" -Save However, let's focus on just getting the Set-User Photo cmdlet to run without "red".How can I get the pictures to synch to so that they look the same on all my computers and on the website?Unfortunately, contact pictures are not being synched via the Outlook Hotmail Connector.
In the Internet Options dialog, go to the Advanced tab.She also created video training CDs and online training classes for Microsoft Outlook.You can find her helping people online in Outlook Forums as well as in the Microsoft Answers and Tech Net forums.In IE go to Internet Options-Advanced; look under Security for Do not save encrypted files to disk. If you do not see a red x but have a blank box shaped/sized like the graphic or photo, you have Show picture placeholders enabled. (This dialog is also accessable from Control panel, Internet Options.) Thanks to William for sharing this with us.