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Outlook 2000 Attachments don't get to e-mail recipient.

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My attached pictures don't arrive with the message. The Outlook troubleshooter advised selectin Rich Text Format which I am using.
I also use Outlook Express on the same computer and it sends attachments which do arrive at recipient.
What else can I try?
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Question by:TiltmeterMan
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by:F00
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You could try re-installing Outlook, and NOT applying the security update.
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No, you should actually NOT use Rich Text format.  Try sending in plain text or HTML.  The security update should not affect jpg, bmp or gif files.  
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In addition to rjcpjc's comment, you might want to check that Word is not your email editor.
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