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    Reply to All with Attachments (2003)

    Currently when using the "reply to all" function, the attachment is removed. How can I retain the attachments when replying?
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    Re: Reply to All with Attachments (2003)

    Instead of Reply to All, click Forward (and, if you wish, change Re: in the subject to Fw. You'll have to copy the recipients from the original message.

    (in general, it makes little sense to include attachments in a reply, since the recipients already have the attachments)

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    Re: Reply to All with Attachments (2003)

    We are currently using that as a work around, but we're looking for the actual functionality to work in "reply to all." Is it available?
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    Re: Reply to All with Attachments (2003)

    There is no built-in setting for this. It would be possible to create a macro that opens a reply to the currently open message with attachments included - see for example OutlookCode.com :: Outlook Code Samples :: Basic Outlook :: Reply with Attachments (uses other code from that site)

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    Re: Reply to All with Attachments (2003)

    This worked perfectly! Thanks, yet again.
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