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Outlook Attachments

By jtuckett ·
When attaching a file in a Microsoft Outlook new message the file appears within the actual message section.

I would like the attached file to appear in the message header ( i.e. under the subject box and not in the actual message section). Outlook seems to present an attachment in the message header automatically on my home machine and it is frustrating that I can't figure out how to change it on my office computer. Any suggestions would be much appreciated.

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by Curacao_Dejavu In reply to Outlook Attachments

Can you double chech at home if you are using outlook express and not outlook.
Seems to me you are using outlook at work and outlook express at home, they are 2 different products, and would explain what you are experiencing.

regards,

Leopold

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by jtuckett In reply to Outlook Attachments

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by pvw In reply to Outlook Attachments

You must be using Outlook Express. If you're using Outlook and you don't want the attachments in your mail you have to use Plain text format instead of Rich text.
Regards.

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by jtuckett In reply to Outlook Attachments

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by chris hirst In reply to Outlook Attachments

The difference will be at work the Outlook configuration will Corporate\Workgroup and at home will probably be Internet Mail Only
Click Help/About and read the second line of the dialog box it will tell you the current configuration

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by suemvp In reply to Outlook Attachments

You didn't say what version you're using, but the behavior in Outlook 2000 depends on the message format. When you compose a rich-text format message, attachments appear inline. When you compose plain text or HTML format messages, attachments appearunder the message header.

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