winmail.dat - MS Outlook 2003 Issue !!

Posted on 2008-11-09
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
When user is sending an email to others, some times recipients are getting attachment as winmail.dat file.. Don't know why this issue comes offen only from one user.

Let me know how to solve this issue ?

Question by:Sriram_pp
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    Here is some info to fix the problem

    Open up your Outlook Address Book, either by clicking on the Address Book icon or by choosing Tools->Address BookSelect the recipient's entry in your address book and open up their Properties, either by clicking on the Properties button or double- clicking on the recipient's entry.
    Select the "Name" tab in the Properties dialog window.
    Check the box at the bottom of the window that says "Send email using plain text only".
    Click the "OK" button.

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    And the Microsoft info if you are using exchange server

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