Most of them come from the same person, too, so some of those work and some don't. Register Help Remember Me? Reply With Quote 01-19-2005,02:45 PM #2 r8500 View Profile View Forum Posts Ultimate Member Join Date Feb 2003 Location Pittsburgh, PA Posts 2,711 I know that some version of Exchange 2003 For emails the summary seems to typically include the complete body text and usually the Subject, Date, To, From & other header fields that are common displayed. http://kodeuwa.com/outlook-2k/outlook-2k-not-sending-attachments.html
Its when an exchange user sends to a webmail client so that may be the wrinkle but When i send to the same people it doesnt happen. Unfortunately lousy M$ Outlook 2k is one that can't (although I've read that it might be possible via M$ Outlook Express). I told them to include a dropbox link in the e-mail to the files. Our email hosting company is usless cause all they do is quote the KB articles even after I told them we did them all. http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/70260-Outlook-2K-attachments-losing-file-extensions-(Outlook-2000)
To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Somehow Exchange remembered the old parameters, but now you can't change it from MS Outlook(i think). Fortunately the most common mail folder format, Mbox, is very simple and basically consists of just the emails pasted one after another with a line beginning with 'From ' as the Does anyone have any idea what is going on?
addresses were displayed in at least different 4 formats) and so made my program understand those I found in my sample data. Results 1 to 11 of 11 Thread: Outlook 2K attachments losing file extensions Tweet Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Search Thread Advanced Search This seems to particularly happen with the From header. I didn't know I was going to start such a controversial thread when I asked this question.
They receive emails from 49 of us with perfect attachments and screengrabs etc all great one poor user (had to be the important finance manager) - no matter what she sends, Top of Page Change which file types are blocked If you use a Microsoft Exchange Server account and the Exchange Server administrator has configured the Outlook security settings, the administrator might Reply With Quote 01-19-2005,02:48 PM #4 r8500 View Profile View Forum Posts Ultimate Member Join Date Feb 2003 Location Pittsburgh, PA Posts 2,711 What version of Outlook does the sender have? The problem does not seem to happen when forwarding from the MSN account.
If you don’t use an Exchange Server account, there is an advanced procedure that you can use to unblock some file types. Tuesday, March 26, 2013 5:10 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I've run into the the winmail.dat problem in the past, and the solution has always been to Include instructions in the message about how the recipient can rename the file by using the original extension (in this case, as program.exe). We haven't moved up because of the attachment problems...
A Perl interpreter.Open GDS.Click on 'Browse Timeline' to get the GDS timeline page.Copy the URL of the GDS timeline page.Open a text console window (aka "MS-DOS box" or "Command Prompt").Run the http://kodeuwa.com/outlook-2k/outlook-2k-how-to-create-distribution-list-based-upon-certain-outlook-category.html Microsoft does not want Outlook to be a medium by which dangerous files can be spread around the Internet. He has noticed that sometimes Word attachments (that's all he's received) come in missing the extension and thus will not open until given a .doc extension. By the way, do you have any idea what the factor is that causes this problem?
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Three e-mail accounts are POP and One is an MSN account/MAPI. After doing that archiving, Outlook 2k will have read-locked the PST files it has written to so I shut down and restart Outlook to release that lock so that the PST I hope you can find something...
Proposed as answer by Scott Rossi Thursday, January 26, 2012 7:31 PM Marked as answer by Jeffery Smith Tuesday, July 10, 2012 1:56 AM Thursday, January 26, 2012 7:31 PM Reply The Word docs are all coming from within the organization, not from the Internet or outside the organization, so supposedly the message is just traversing the LAN. Preferably they should not be in some hidden place that does not get backed up. Reply With Quote January 21st, 2005,09:58 AM #5 mcseguy9 View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual Intern Join Date Jun 2001 Posts 448 We might not be doing that after all.
thanks scott You have to delete the autocomplete cache (RTF settings are saved with the addresses.) This finally worked for me! How can we improve it? Reply With Quote 01-19-2005,02:57 PM #9 mcseguy9 View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Jun 2001 Posts 323 Well, I'm pretty sure the service release for Office it is running have a peek at these guys Exchange 2003 Sp3 & Outlook 2010 Sp1 What do the trick was to change in the Exchange 2003 server format option to not use RTF to never.MCP soon MCDBA, DCE 2
Forum Today's Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Forum Leaders What's New? Most Internet service providers (ISPs) offer paying subscribers a space where they can post files. Basically I treat my PST files as manually operated email archive locations not as live working mail folders. These were the fastest-spreading viruses ever seen up to that time, and they forced a number of companies to shut down their e-mail systems, at significant cost.
I've got this happening now with a twist that I haven't seen before after upgrading a standalone client from Outlook 2000 to Outlook 2010. Thanks, Jeff Tuesday, November 09, 2010 4:39 AM Reply | Quote Answers 4 Sign in to vote Having the same issue as everyone else, tried all the plaintxt fixes, edityed the I notice that I cannot receive any embedded photos that he sends to me. I'm certain his PC is not running service release 3 or 4 for Office 2000.
The Converse: Risks of GDS Caching Of course there are risks to GDS keeping indefinitely copies/summaries of emails (and other documents) that one thought were deleted or password-protected. Jeff Monday, November 19, 2012 6:07 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I do the registry part but not working.