Disabling "Show Images and Enable Links"

How do I disable the "Show Images and Enable Links"?  I do not want to have to click on that phrase every time there is something in an email I want to see.  I want it to automatically open.  How can I do that?

 

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Select "Mail Settings" from the Mail menu and uncheck the box labeled "Hide images & disable links...".

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