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Attaching files to yahoo email

Posted on 2006-07-22
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Every time I try attaching a file using Yahoo email it shows me this message:

"Invalid file specified. Please try again"


I used to have no problems before when I had Norton Security Solutions 2005, but since I have upgraded to the 2006 version, it seems I started to have this problem! (this is the only thing I think that has changed on my computer)

I tried attaching the same files on another coomputer running windows 98 and it works fine.

I appreciate any help,
Thanks in advance.
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Question by:emad555
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by:war1
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Greetings, emad555 !

Temporarily disable NIS 2006, especially for checking emails.  Now can you attached a file in Yahoo?

Best wishes!
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>> (this is the only thing I think that has changed on my computer)

Not necessarily.  NIS can change some of your Internet settings.  I suggest you reset all IE settings (security etc) to their defaults, and try again.  If you are not using IE, ignore this.

HTH
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