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    Attachments in Body of E-Mail Message (Outlook 2000/Exchange)

    Why is it that the only way to get an attachment to be in the body of an email message itself (versus the attachment showing up in a divided section at the bottom of the email) is to set your emails to be Rich Text? Plain Text and HTML both force the division of the screen. The other problem that this creates is that unless you have your email set to rich text, if you want to print out a copy of your email, the icon of the attachment will not show up on your printout. You can't even do a print preview of your email unless the message was created in rich text.

    Odd. Any thoughts? Suggestions?
    Karnie Moesenthin
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    Re: Attachments in Body of E-Mail Message (Outlook 2000/Exchange)

    Just a guess, but maybe only rich text supports embedding?

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    Re: Attachments in Body of E-Mail Message (Outlook 2000/Exchange)

    Good answer. That may very well be true, I'll have to look into that.

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    Karnie Moesenthin
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