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Old February 12th 06, 10:42 AM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.installation
MTC
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Hi

If I try to send attachments via a distribution group the attachment is
lost. I don't know why this is although I can see there may be security
issues. Is this OUTLOOK that is doing the stripping or is it SYMANTEC? How
can I disable it?

Mant thanks
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Old February 12th 06, 04:30 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.installation
neo [mvp outlook]
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I've never seen either product with this capability. What message format
and/or are you using Word as your e-mail editor?

"MTC" wrote in message
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Hi

If I try to send attachments via a distribution group the attachment is
lost. I don't know why this is although I can see there may be security
issues. Is this OUTLOOK that is doing the stripping or is it SYMANTEC? How
can I disable it?

Mant thanks



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Old February 12th 06, 06:53 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.installation
MTC
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Default Attachments and distribution groups

Yes I use WORD as email editor and I send in plain text.

Thanks

"neo [mvp outlook]" wrote:

I've never seen either product with this capability. What message format
and/or are you using Word as your e-mail editor?

"MTC" wrote in message
...
Hi

If I try to send attachments via a distribution group the attachment is
lost. I don't know why this is although I can see there may be security
issues. Is this OUTLOOK that is doing the stripping or is it SYMANTEC? How
can I disable it?

Mant thanks




  #4  
Old February 13th 06, 01:26 AM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.installation
neo [mvp outlook]
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Default Attachments and distribution groups

Try turning off Word as your editor since you don't mention what attachment
type you are sending.

"MTC" wrote in message
...
Yes I use WORD as email editor and I send in plain text.

Thanks

"neo [mvp outlook]" wrote:

I've never seen either product with this capability. What message format
and/or are you using Word as your e-mail editor?

"MTC" wrote in message
...
Hi

If I try to send attachments via a distribution group the attachment is
lost. I don't know why this is although I can see there may be security
issues. Is this OUTLOOK that is doing the stripping or is it SYMANTEC?
How
can I disable it?

Mant thanks






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Old February 14th 06, 12:19 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.installation
MTC
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Default Attachments and distribution groups

Thanks I will try it. I am sending a WORD document. Are you able to explain
what is going on?

"neo [mvp outlook]" wrote:

Try turning off Word as your editor since you don't mention what attachment
type you are sending.

"MTC" wrote in message
...
Yes I use WORD as email editor and I send in plain text.

Thanks

"neo [mvp outlook]" wrote:

I've never seen either product with this capability. What message format
and/or are you using Word as your e-mail editor?

"MTC" wrote in message
...
Hi

If I try to send attachments via a distribution group the attachment is
lost. I don't know why this is although I can see there may be security
issues. Is this OUTLOOK that is doing the stripping or is it SYMANTEC?
How
can I disable it?

Mant thanks






  #6  
Old February 15th 06, 12:14 AM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.installation
neo [mvp outlook]
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Default Attachments and distribution groups

Honestly, no because I would have to see the internet header/raw source of
what the recipient is getting plus know what mail client they are using. At
this point, I'm having you reconfigure Outlook to the most compliant
configuration when dealing with cross-platform/cross-application
communications.

"MTC" wrote in message
...
Thanks I will try it. I am sending a WORD document. Are you able to
explain
what is going on?

"neo [mvp outlook]" wrote:

Try turning off Word as your editor since you don't mention what
attachment
type you are sending.

"MTC" wrote in message
...
Yes I use WORD as email editor and I send in plain text.

Thanks

"neo [mvp outlook]" wrote:

I've never seen either product with this capability. What message
format
and/or are you using Word as your e-mail editor?

"MTC" wrote in message
...
Hi

If I try to send attachments via a distribution group the attachment
is
lost. I don't know why this is although I can see there may be
security
issues. Is this OUTLOOK that is doing the stripping or is it
SYMANTEC?
How
can I disable it?

Mant thanks








 




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