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Since a few weeks I have been recieving a lot of mail messages from different domain with an attachment ATTxxxxxx.txt

xxxxxx stands for a number.

The content of the attachment is normally the html version of the message body which is recieved in normal text.

I can't understand what's happening since I have never had this kind of problems on my Outlook clients which are connected to an internet published Exchange server.

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Question by:fmalinve
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by:sunray_2003
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Here is a possible explanation http:Q_20695068.html

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by:fmalinve
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mmm... let me think
My mail server system  hasn't been changed and the problem comes from such a lot of sites that it s' impossibile that they all have changed something on their mail servers.
Then I'm pretty sure that a domain, which use our same provider, has our same mail system (Exchange)
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If it is all of your emails, take a look here: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Applications/MS_Office/Outlook/Q_20931434.html

If its just emails from one particular person/domain, check: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Applications/MS_Office/Outlook/Q_20174550.html

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I have seen this many times.  It is usually due to corruption in your temporary files.

What OS is this?

Delete the contents of:    Temp, Temporary Internet Files, Cookies

If this is Win2k or WinXp, they should be under:

c:\documents and settings\<your username>\local settings

If this is Win9x, then:

c:\windows

You can even run disk cleanup if this is WinXp or Win2k, but I like to do it manually.

Mark
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