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Is there any way to open an attachment directly from outlook 2003 ?

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I have already made the regristy additions to alow "unsafe" attachments but the only option is to save the attachment. anybody know how to tweak outlook to open an attachment without saving it first?

Much Thanks....

Chris Ancelin
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I have already googled these sites and i did not see any thing that explcitly stated a way to open attachnests directly in outlook. They only outline the regedit which allows attachment downloads.
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OK.. what happens when you double-click the email message first. I mean that way the email message should open in a new page.. Now try clicking the attachment and check if that would open without saving

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