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Attachments do not display in reading pane.

Posted on 2009-03-30
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I have a user that has done something to her email.  When she sends an email with an attachment the recipent does not see the attachment in the reading pane and must right click on the message to save the attachment.  Email from every other user work like it is supposed to displaying the attachement in the reading pane.  I am sure this is just a setting that she has changed in Outlook, but I can't seem to locate it.  Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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Which client is she using?
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Sorry, I didn't see "Outlook" at the end of your post...
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Check in Tools->Mail format (3rd tab in outlook 2007) to see if the mail is sent in HTML format.
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