Thread poster: Wenke Geddert
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| Could be your default mail format || Oct 16, 2005 |
If your default e-mail format is RTF, you will have problems. Many mail servers between you and the recipient don't deal with RTF, so your message may be received with a winmail.dat attachmets or none at all. If you are using RTF, change your format to plain text and see what happens.
See also Microsoft article http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;224817 for additional information.
| Default format... || Oct 16, 2005 |
That's fantastic! Thanks so much for the reply. It actually was the default format - I changed it now to "plain text" and it works... (I should have asked the question sooner!) Thanks again!
[Edited at 2005-10-16 17:16]
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