Pleaes get your user(s) to try this out so I know if its a working solution. lol..... the other question would be how many servers do the email accounts run on are you all on the same server within the company? Apr 18, 2005 #1 poertner_1274 secroF laicepS topShceT Posts: 4,172 Well, you can always try to reinstall OE. news
That is the only thing I can think of personally, but maybe someone else has a different solution. Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Can't find your answer ? To enable Outlook Express 6.x to open file attachments follow the instructions below Step 1 - Accessing Attachments Open up Outlook Express by double clicking on the icon, or by clicking
As the problem appears a couple of days ago, my guess was that the user changed something in Outlook 2007 but he told that he hadn't. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Office & Productivity Software forum 7 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions icon Laptops 20,411 a week's worth of searches on google and tech forums, and everyone suggests i should untick "block images".
If you are sending picture and it's too large You should decrease the size of the picture. PS : sorry for the spelling mistakes. Some of those problems are listed here with links to find the answers. Choose send in plain text only or let outlook decide but not rich text format.
Receivers use Outlook Express and they don't see any attached files. i am not an idiot. If you decrease the size of the picture to 800x600 it should be small enough to send via email without decreasing the quality you should be able to use any photo http://support.microsoft.com/?scid=kb%3Ben-us%3B197066&...
if anyone knows anything about this, please help me! All of a sudden, you can no longer resize pictures to send in email. we made the test to send an email from outlook 2007 outside and it did worked..so i presume it's something linked to my exchange configuration or outlook 2007 conf. My problem: I can't receive any messages that include attachments and I can't effectively send any such msgs either.
And it will find your passwords for other programs too! http://nexwarecorp.com/outlook-express/outlook-express-not-sending-attachment.html Outlook Express doesn't remember your password. Here is a registry fix., but be careful! Has anyone found an answer?
If you don't have Word on your computer, either from MS Works of MS Office, that's why the spell check doesn't work. If you're startled out of your wits in 8 days by a resounding scream echoing around the world, that'll be me if the OE re-installation fails. by kanoire / October 14, 2010 7:19 AM PDT I have a computer that is using Outlook Express which brings mail in from a pop email provider. More about the author the email still shows the size as if there is a file attached, but i cannot see it.
How to Troubleshoot E-mail Messages That Are Stuck in Your Outbox. Is it general with all workers, or limited to co-worker #1, or limited to receiving co-worker?Does the work place use an Exchange server, and if so, is co-worker #1 sending the I've considered your solution but I'm hoping to use that only as a last resort.
Messages are disappearing from your Inbox. 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 I hope someone out there can help me. Two nights ago, I came to my senses, decided to try another agent and presto subito!
You will then be able to see the size of the file. This should work to reload OE. Here are some simple ways to prevent problems from occurring in Outlook Express. http://nexwarecorp.com/outlook-express/outlook-express-6-attachment-problem.html When I send the message through OWA, the attachment appears in OE.
You'll need your XP CD if you do it.