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Hi all,

I am trying to send a file via outlook to another email address. Everytime I send the email it gets base 64 encoded. I need the email to go through to the other address without this encoding on it.

Any help much appreciated,

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Ross
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I believe the answer depends on what version of Outlook you are using.  This may help: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;q278134
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Oops, my fingers were too fast.  I meant to add that I checked through the Outlook object model and I don't see any place to specify message encoding.
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Cheers for the reply dude,

I think it may be a mail server issue. We've switched from a server called Mdaemon to Exchange. If I use the Mdaemon account the mail gets sent 7bit, if I use the exchange server it goes base 64. Can't find any info on the net, help!!

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What version of Exchange are you using?
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