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    ATT attachment on every msg

    Everytime I receive a mail message from an assoicate using Outlook 2000 the the message arrives with an attachment att0004.txt. This text file contains a copy of the text in the message. How can he stop sending this attachment with every message.

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    Re: ATT attachment on every msg

    Disabling the rtf formatting options might help. At least it's worth trying.

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    Re: ATT attachment on every msg

    Possibly he is sending HTML formatted text, and you are set for plaintext only.
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    ril
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    Re: ATT attachment on every msg

    I've seen this same problem many times before. I don't know what causes it, however. Sorry.

    There was some suggestion that it could be due to language settings, but I sort of doubt that is the cause (still, may be worth investigating).

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    Re: ATT attachment on every msg

    You might want to have a look at this MS KB article, it may help:
    http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/ar...s/q146/2/63.asp

    You can also get this article by sending an E-mail with a subject of "Q146263" (without the quotes) to mshelp@microsoft.com.

    This link should automate that for you:
    mailto:mshelp@microsoft.com?subject=Q146263

    Hope this helps.

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    lsu
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    Re: ATT attachment on every msg

    I don't think he is actually sending the attachment. This sounds like something that is generated at a mail server or mail gateway. He may be able to eliminate the problem by using HTML as his message default.

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