Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. Should that fail, click on all programs and click on Windows update. I don't have any clues myself, but can you clarify who this is affecting?You said that a co-worker sends a 10.2MB email, (I assume you mean an email with an attachment Does the attachment get stripped?2] Same co-worker sends to others. news
Apr 19, 2005 #4 laird TS Rookie Topic Starter Good news and Hallelujah! The maximum file size is 2 GB, remember, those attachments can add up fast! I then forwarded the e-mail to the OE user and he was able to open the attachments. Is this that "co-worker" you mentioned above?What other testing have you done, eg;1] Co-worker #1, (the one who sends the email and attachment), sends this to you. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/outlook-express-attachments-are-lost-when-received-502018/
My ISP offers a free tech support service that allows you to chat in real time with an agent and, naturally, it was the first thing I tried to get resolution Sometimes Outlook Express just won't do what it should. If so, are there any restrictions on attachments from the Exchange server end? (My own office server strips all attachments from outside emails as a security measure).Mark Flag Permalink This was Kees Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Unexplained solution by IAmMBrown / April 10, 2014 5:58 AM PDT In reply to: Outlook Express - Attachments are lost when received.
Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. With the co-worker that is running outlook '07, I changed the mail send format to plain text and the outlook express co-worker was able to receive the e-mail with attachments successfully You will then be able to see the size of the file. Everyone's e-mail settings are identical on the webmail server.The same problem has been reported from two other people another using OE and one using Windows Live Mail.
There are several email programs that are free and will not cause as many problems as Outlook Express. When I press the attach tab in Gmail, nothing happens, in Outlook, the Browse window opens but doesn't allow me to select a file to attach. Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? What is the proceedure you follow to OE?
Are they all pdf files? That's because Microsoft is trying to protect your PC from getting a virus. CNET Reviews Best Products Appliances Audio Cameras Cars Networking Desktops Drones Headphones Laptops Phones Printers Software Smart Home Tablets TVs Virtual Reality Wearable Tech Web Hosting Forums News Apple Computers Deals When this email is received the attachments are gone.
TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. I have checked security settings and antivirus software and nothing I can find is conflicting with this.
Ask a question and give support. http://nexwarecorp.com/outlook-express/outlook-express-attachment-problems.html Some said using plain text would help. Can you tell me which type of files your are trying to attach. Already have an account?
I logged on the the webmail server and the attachments are on the message on the server. Recover Lost Mail Sending Pictures Resizing Pictures OE Help Links Gmail in OE Signatures in OE OE Qs and As View and Compose Mail Corruption in OE How Much Maintenance for Microsoft Knowledge Base Article - Q318378 has the answer. (Works for IE 6 too!) When you click on a link in an email in Outlook Express, nothing happens. More about the author Step 2 - Accessing Attachments On the Outlook Express Options Page click on the Security tab.
If you are expecting an attachment & you keep your virus scanner updated, this can be a real pain. Nice to see you tried and it worked for you.I've never looked inside such a corrupted mail. Thanks Reply Leave a comment Helpful +0 Report Ambucias 38440Posts Monday February 1, 2010Registration date ModeratorStatus February 21, 2017 Last seen Mar 28, 2011 05:04AM Hello Seoulman OE = Outlook Express
Please try again now or at a later time. Word files, Excel ? My problem: I can't receive any messages that include attachments and I can't effectively send any such msgs either. I've searched the Net and seen a gazillion posts about unchecking the "do not allow attachments to be saved or opened..." but that's done diddly for me.
It's not like reloading Windows or Office or something. The user that originally sent the message is a contact in the address book and there are no blocks or filters associated with her.Anyone have any suggestions? As I'm currently studying my Masters (online) I have to save all documents to my USB and go to a nearby internet cafe to send them to my professor. click site Typically you want to keep file attachments under 1Mb or problems sending them can occur.
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I recently had this issue with a user who was able to receive the attachments from nearly any mail handler on any platform, but Outlook Express was stripping the attachment. Though I didn't make use of it this time, I thank you both for your quick advice and willing help. When it is received....Received by who?You then said, you forward the email from the web server to the OE user and he received it and was able to open it. What else is left to try?
Join the community here. Look at Microsoft Knowledge Base Article - Q177054 for the fix. Now you can open attachments in OE.