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I am using Outlook 2000 SP-3 (9.0.0.6627) Internet Mail Only - Security Update.

I have received an email attachment with a .exe extention.  Outlook will not let me download it to my hard drive since the .exe extension is a part of the Level 1 email security.  

How can I change what extensions are a part of the level 1 e-mail security?

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Question by:dlwright021299
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by:Christopher McKay
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If you want to change it so that it downloads the file, then do the following:
Open Outlook,
Click on Tools
Click on Options
Select Security tab
Click on Attachment security button
Set to the setting you desire.

If you want to specify the extentions you want to accept, I'm still looking to see if there is a way to change that.

Hope this helps!

:o)

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traval earned 2000 total points
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318515 OL2000: Cannot Access Attachments
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=318515
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by:dlwright021299
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Bartender_1,

There was not a Attachment security button onmy Security tab.  What version of Outlook are you using (not Outlook Express)?

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by:Christopher McKay
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Outlook 2000 SR 1.
~grins~
Should have checked that first.
I'm glad your question got answered though.
Good job traval!

:o)

Bartender_1
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by:Todd Wedlake
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dlwright.  This has been the most useful tool I have ever run across for Outlook attachments.  It lets you manage "completely" your attachment options in Outlook 97, 2000, and XP.

http://www.slovaktech.com/Files/AOsetup.exe

go to http://www.slovaktech.com to read about it if you'd like.



Good luck
Todd
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by:dlwright021299
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Twedlake,

Thanks,  It looks like a good solution to this problem.  Too bad it was not posted sooner.
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