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[SOLVED] Outlook Express 6 - Problem Reading Attachments

I think I saw a MAC ad that went along similar lines. Since in both our cases Acrobat Reader already opens correctly when we double-click a pdf file in Windows Explorer, fred21 smith's suggestion CANNOT be a valid answer. Click Here for a Free Photo Editing Program Quick Links Quick Reference Back to Support Home Back to Email Support Incoming mail server: Outgoing Mail server: Marshalltown Dialup Access Number: 753-4010 Re: Reading 'pdf' attachments to Outlook Express Email (fred21_smith) Feb 13, 2008 3:43 PM (in response to (Darleen_Peterman)) You just need to tell your computer what program opens the PDF.

Right click on the file then left click on properties. Re: Reading 'pdf' attachments to Outlook Express Email (Rob_H_Scott) May 3, 2008 10:22 AM (in response to (Darleen_Peterman)) I had the same problem of not being able to directly open a EmeraldApr 24, 2011, 2:01 PM you can copy the email folder to a different location and copy them back after reinstalling OE and setting up you email accounts. spydieApr 24, 2011, Or is there an easier way that Outlook can import the contacts?

Re: Reading 'pdf' attachments to Outlook Express Email (Margritt_Ehler) Jun 18, 2008 7:56 AM (in response to (Darleen_Peterman)) Hallo, I have the same problem with XP, by opening it says "does Go to control panel 2. Adobe Reader is associated with 'pdf' files in Control Panel - Folder Options.

Ask ! Show 22 replies 1. can't open pdf documents...It asks me to choose the text encoding and no matter which one i pick it is unreadable. and 2.

All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices I have an annoying problem with my inbox & sent messages. I tried fred 21 smith's suggestion with no help. Ask !

I followed your instructions and solved my problem. CLick "File Types" 3. I understand you can turn this particular security setting off. Thanks, Compaq.

This is an intermittent problem especially when Qantas are sending me an E-ticket via email. I sent my self an exe file and outlook didn't let me access it or even save it to disk. Thanks Jim A Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 16. Help!

Solution 1:To determine the size of the attachment use windows explorer to browse to the location of the file you are attaching. have a peek at these guys In the past CP/M, DOS, Windows 95, 2000, 98SE, ME, Vista & Windows 7 My System Although sender isn't using Rich Text see what happens if they use UUENCODE rather than choknutiMar 19, 2007, 6:25 PM Ahhh the eternal debate between usability (freedom) and security g-pawMar 19, 2007, 7:08 PM Quote: Ahhh the eternal debate between usability (freedom) and security Well put, spydieApr 25, 2011, 8:02 PM Thank you for your patience, Z.

Can't find your answer ? And only come up with some acrobat files. You should see if they have any info in their knowledgebase. Sent a file to myself and a couple BCCs and it resent itself 5x until I noticed and deleted it from my Outbox.

Did you solve this problem and when how? Images .jpg.gif A Web Browser Music .mp3.mpeg.ra.wmf Windows Media PlayerWindows Media PlayerRealPlayerWindows Media Player Video Windows Media PlayerQuickTimeQuickTimeRealPlayer Documents .doc.xls.pdf WordExcelAcrobat Reader Click Here for a More Detailed List of Thanks to pre-loaded OS I have no XP CDs, only "recovery" CDs.

Re: Reading 'pdf' attachments to Outlook Express Email ~graffiti Feb 3, 2008 8:26 AM (in response to (Darleen_Peterman)) Sounds like it's opening in Word, not Reader.

Outlook 2007 - Can't attach files or save attachments to my documents folder Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Do you solve this problem ? I am using Oulook Express 6, Explorer 6, Windows XP Professional. The items themselves have the following criteria (each in a separate cell column): Name (irrelevant), A Value to which this formula / macro would assign a ranking...

choknutiMar 19, 2007, 3:57 AM Is it really that bad? (Haven't tried it my self) g-pawMar 19, 2007, 4:36 AM I haven't tried it but from the reviews I've read the I'd Uncheck Do Not Allow Attachments etc and if the problem continues Uncheck the one below that blocks images. Not really no. this content I also cannot open a .pdf file by clicking on a link in Internet Explorer 7, although links in Firefox and Opera seem to work fine, and double-clicking a .pdf file

I didn't have a problem until I upgraded from 5 to 8. If I go to Thunderbird instead, how can I disable OE to preserve my messages but have TB receive the messages from my AOL & ISP's email accounts? ?Can I copy Thanks, John Shaheen [email protected] Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 6. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 12.

How do I correct this annoyance. I think I saw a MAC ad that went along similar lines.You did see the ad, it's one of the funnier and probably truer of the series and yes, turning it There is one particular user that when she sends emails with attachments, they do not go through to the users that are using OE6.

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