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Outlook XP / 2000 - Reply format problem

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Hi,

when one of my users press REPLY in outlook, he would like to have the original text appear at the bottom ... instead it makes the other emails as Attachments.

Is there any way to change that in Outlook XP ?
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kaur_dilpreet earned 2000 total points
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Hi matanguay,
Go to Tools->Options->Email Options. Make sure that When replying or forward dropdown has Include Original Text in the message.

Let me know if it works for you! ;o)
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it worked fine.

thanks !
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