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Whenever I open a .mht file from SharePoint(2010) I get the following security warning: Werid x-usc issue

I notice that the .mht file that multiple images and as a result multiple security warning messages appear for each image. I think might identified the issue to be with the werid text that is highlighted in yellow: x-usc. From my research I've found that the text refers to spam technique that a outlook adds in urls to prevent end users to opening links from an email????I'm not really sure. Any ideas????

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It doesn't seem like the pictures are embedded, and it's trying to reference the picture in the webpage. Try a .mht without any your results – Mike Dec 7 '12 at 16:08
The image references listed in the document pull from a folder on the C drive. Which at first you will that's the source, but this was working 2 months ago. – Brandon Michael Hunter Dec 10 '12 at 14:34

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