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Problem in Exchange server 2000 sending and receiving attachments

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I am using the Exchange 2000 server,initially it was setup for inhouse mailing purpose only, now i have to use it for external mailing purpose.I have set exchange server for the same but facing problem that i am not able to send and receive mails with attachment.mails without attachment are working fine.when i checked for the queue i can see those mails having the attachment.
Checked for the mail size limit and related parameters,everything seems ok.
Could u suggest what could be the problem.
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Exchange 2000 by default does not care whether there are attachments.

However, the Outlook 2000 client (with the latest patches) does.

Does the message arrive but without the attachment?

If so, attempt to download mail from the server using Netscape or another non-MS mail client and see if you get the attachment. Also, you can change the security settings on the MS client to accept attachments.

If you have a 3rd-party app doing mail or virus scanning, check that it is not set to remove attachments.

If you use OWA, check this link: http://support.microsoft.com/search/preview.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q175777

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