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I'm working in outlook 2007 and have put together a couple of template
mails to send out to customers. However mails are being received with
attachments of the graphics. How can I get customers to be able to see
the graphics in the mail but not to receive the graphics as attachments
as well?

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Kifaru


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EVERY TIME A SEND AN E-MAIL THE PICTURES THAT FORM PART OF MY SIGNATURE ARE
SENT AS ATTACHENTS. AS THOSE PICTURES ARE PART OF A COMPANY LOGO I DON'T WANT
JUST ANYBODY TO BE ABLE TO USE EDIT IT

I'm working in outlook 2007 and have put together a couple of template mails to send out to customers. However mails are being received with attachments of the graphics. How can I get customers to be able to see the graphics in the mail but not to receive the graphics as attachments as well?

I'm working in outlook 2007 and have put together a couple of template
mails to send out to customers. However mails are being received with
attachments of the graphics. How can I get customers to be able to see
the graphics in the mail but not to receive the graphics as attachments
as well?

--
Kifaru

For some reason, my emails now are being received as attachements. I have no
idea what I may have done to have caused this but does anyone have any ideas
as to how i can stop this from occuring ?

I have noticed lately that on some systems when files are sent as attachments
using Outlook 2000 an extra extention is being added to the file .1.ole.

This is causing a virus alert, however, a scan does not find any virus.

What can cause this??

I see previous threads regarding this issue and have tried to utilize them to
resolve my issue, but it hasn't worked. I created a handwritten signature
that I scanned in and added to my signature closing. I feel this adds a
personal touch. Everytime I create an e-mail to be sent, it sends that
scanned signature as a jpg file. I am not adding this as an attachment, it
just automatically does it. How can I resolve this?

I have two problems that may be related.

Firstly, when I reply to a message that has an attachment, the reply window
is automatically including the Attachment bar, but it is blank. However, I
am apparently able to select this 'blank' and delete what is there, although
it always returns. Also when I then try to send the message, I get the
message "Member Not Found" and the message will not send.

The only way around this is to remove the attachment before pressing Reply.

The second problem is that my new messages are all being received as blank,
but with an Untitled Attachment that contains the message itself.

Are these likely to be connected, and is there a solution that does not
involve re-loading Outlook.

i am using Outlook 2002.

Ian C

Am I correct in thinking that pictures sent as attachments are stored
in the Temporary Internet Files? If so, does this mean that unsaved
photos are at risk of being lost if the cache is emptied or the PC
crashes?

OE6, XP Pro SP2

TIA,

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Martyn Tindall
Leeds, England, United Kingdom

I have addressed the images to an URL, but still they keep been sent as
attachments.

I was informed by my son that when I either reply or send a new message
to his Gmail account that my messages are coming through as
attachments. There is nothing in the body. This apprarenly just
started happening. Can anyone think of a reason this is happening?
The only thing I can think of is that I have Spy Doctor monitoring my
incoming and outgoing emails. When I receive an email it says that is
was checked by Spy Doctor at the bottom of the email. Since then I
have shut that option off.

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Coach17

Hello. Can someone help me figure out this issue?

Right now, when I send meeting requests via calendar (invite attendees,
etc.) - it goes to some people as regular calendar invite (meaning, they can
just accept or decline and it will show up on their calendar as such), but
for some people it shows up as attachments. This does not allow the person
to directly accept or decline the meeting, and it's causing attendance rates
within our organization.

Does anyone know a fix for this? Again, it's only happening to some
recipients and not all.

Thank you in advance.

This has recently started happing, when I try to send a web page, or picture
using Outlook Express, I get the following message: The current document
type cannot be sent as mail, would you like to send a link instead? What
Gives? and how do I fix it, sending a link is unacceptable. Thanks

I have an end user that when he sends a calendar meeting event, instead of
being sent to everyones e-mail as an event that you can except/decline, it is
being sent as a normal e-mail. They said that it just starting happening
after we changed our Exchange server to 2007. Any help would be great.

I have an end user that when he sends a calendar meeting event, instead of
being sent to everyones e-mail as an event that you can except/decline, it is
being sent as a normal e-mail. They said that it just starting happening
after we changed our Exchange server to 2007. Any help would be great.

Hi,

I saw a thread about a similar problem but I didn't see any resolution.
Hopefully someone knows a fix to this:

I have Outlook 2002, and created a HTML email for my boss, who has Outlook
2003 (SP2). For some reason when I send the email as a webpage, it works
fine, but when I send it from his PC (which we want to do) it attaches the
page rather than displaying it.

Any help would be appreciated!

PS - I have checked to make sure he can send HTML, Rich Text -> HTML, etc.

I have one. An image that we use to customize bullets for bulleted
lists in Microsoft Word is being sent as an attachment with all of my
emails (Outlook). The attachment is from the Microsoft photo collection

(waterlillies) and is being renamed image001.jpg when it is attached to

my emails. It happens only from my computer on our network and doesn't
show up in the message in the SENT file in Outlook.

I have never created this attachment, and when I search for it on my
hard drive and shared drive with the name "image001.jpg", no results
are returned. When my co-worker forwards the message back to me, I see
the attachment. When I open it and view it, it then apparently
unattaches itself from the message.

This began after we moved from one location to another and re-installed
our computers.

Using Windows XP, Microsoft Office 10, Outlook.

Isn't there a way to "imbed" logos in an email signature? I'm tired of
people asking why I've sent them an attachment of my logo.

The body of the email is fine, and the logos are there, but when sent they
appear as attachments too.

It shows up in their email as a gif or jpeg depending on which logo i'm using.

Any help is much appreciated!

I have one. An image that we use to customize bullets for bulleted
lists in Microsoft Word is being sent as an attachment with all of my
emails (Outlook). The attachment is from the Microsoft photo collection

(waterlillies) and is being renamed image001.jpg when it is attached to

my emails. It happens only from my computer on our network and doesn't
show up in the message in the SENT file in Outlook.

I have never created this attachment, and when I search for it on my
hard drive and shared drive with the name "image001.jpg", no results
are returned. When my co-worker forwards the message back to me, I see
the attachment. When I open it and view it, it then apparently
unattaches itself from the message.

This began after we moved from one location to another and re-installed
our computers.

Using Windows XP, Microsoft Office 10, Outlook.

The user is unable to view emails that are sent as attachments. He can not view them using OWA nor can he view them using the outlook client. If he opens and email attachment it eithers opens up with no text in it or opens with no readable characters.
I emailed the user 3 emails with attachments that were in emails, in html, rich text and plain text format. They were all received. This did not replicate the problem.
A colleague in his department forwarded them on and he could open them.  Both the forwarder and the client are on outlook 2003. 
I thought it might be an encoding issue.  As yet I don't know if the sender uses a mac or not.
I found a ms article that looked promising
but couldn't see

My next move was to try sending emails as attachments from Entourage on a mac.  My first problem is replicating the issue.
Does anybody have any other suggestions?  I have the headers from the offending message but I was reluctant to post them for fear of spam harvesting.

Hello,

I'm a newbie as an exchange admin, so please spare me when I getting
wrong in some basic concepts.

Now an exchange server is in my hand, and a observed some users are
receiving junk/virus mails sent by some "may even non-existent" account. I
want to stop that but I have no idea whether it's being sent from outside or
just a virus infected PC inside. I don't have clear network structure in
mind, but there is a few web servers connected to the network using VPN
that'll also use exchange to sent mail.

So I think this question should be in fact two questions: 1) How to
restrict email be sent into the domain(I have little concern about message
sending out using our domain name, afterall it's out of my control) that's
using our domain name, but not originate by a server inside the domain? 2)
How to restrict certain domain accounts cannot be used to create email?
(e.g.: webmaster group account should be used to receive emails only, and
there's little reason why someone will have to use that account to send
email out.) Or, if any computer in the domain is sending emails out through
exchange using that account, I can get a report on which machine is sending.

I know these are pretty long questions. A pointer to URLs of related
articles will be enough. Thank you for viewing such long post.

Regards,
Lau Lei Cheong

When messages are received as attachments in Outlook, you have to
double-click them to open. Can Outlook be set to open the picture
automatically in the body of the message instead ???

I have a signature set up and it works fine, the problem is that it is also
sent as an attachment on every email. If I manualy delete the attachment, my
signature remains in the email.
Can I change a setting to remove the signature being sent as an attachment,
but keep my signature in the body of the email?

Recently I've had a number of users experience the inability to open
emails sent to them as attachments, rather than as just inline. They
can properly open other attachments (.doc, .pdf, .xls, etc.) without
issue. The problem seems to only be with emails sent as attachments.
This issue happens whether the attachment email is sent from internal
user to user (i.e. never passing through anything but our Exchange 2003
SP2 Server), or from an external source which passes through our spam
firewall.

Any clues what would be causing this? Is it SP3 for Outlook related?

Hello.

I have no idea how to create macro's in Excel, but I would like to click on
a custom button (with macro) to send an Excel spreadsheet to a recipient
(same person every time).

The spreadsheet needs to be sent as an attachment, not included in the body
of the message.

Has anyone done this before and do you have the code (or can you point me to
the right code)?

Many thanks in advance


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