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Red X shows up when an e-mail is sent from MS Publisher

Posted on 2008-06-26
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We are on Exchange/Outlook version 2003.
One of my users created a file (*.pub) in MS Publisher and Sent as Message to few users.

Some users get the entire message with no Red X while others get Red X. These Red X are on the top of the e-mail where piture is suppose to be as well as in between. One user I know is getting Red X on the very top of the e-mail, but the rest of the e-mail is fine.

Is there a setting in Outlook on the effected recipents that needs to be configured so that the entire message is readable (no Red X).

OR is sender doing something wrong?

Thanks for your help on this Urgent matter.
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Can some one please look into this issue?

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