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After importing messages from Outlook to Outlook Express and unchecking the Security tab option in order to see attachments, I am still unable to see all of my attachments. I can see *some*, but not all. Any ideas?
When I try to open an attachment in Outlook Express, my Photoshop program opens saying it cant open because its the wrong program.
Any ideas what is going on?
I unchecked the security.
It depends on the type of file that the attachment was, and the exact error message from Photoshop.
When I open any attachment from Outlook, 1st it asks if I want to open or save (as normal) choose open and it opens Explorer. I have checked file Any ideas?
how can i directly see attachments in the mail? i dont want to open it from the attachments. thanks
In general, you cannot. You must open the attachments to see them. Naturally, be certain that you know what it is before you open it, so that it's not some virus.
Great thanks finaly i can open attachments again ;-)
I have Outlook 2002 installed with an Exchange Server setup. Sometimes when I receive an email with an attachment, when I open up the email to read it the attachment is not there. However if I forward the email the attachment again becomes visible.
I have been cleaning up my pc and since doing so,
I can no longer double click on any of my email attachements to open them, I have obviously deleted something I shouldnt have. When I attempt to open I get the following error "Application not found"
Urgent help PLEEEEEAAASEEE!
I don't have the dialogue 'Do not allow attachments to be saved or opened,etc. under tools/security, so what do I do? OE won't let me open ANY attachments on ANY E-mails received. I've got WinXP(home).
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