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.vcf automatically attaches with each new message

Posted on 2009-04-02
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I have a client that each time she opens a new blank message in Outlook 2007, it automatically attaches her .VCF to the new message. I've looked through the settings on her profile and cannot figure out how to disable this.

Any idea?
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Typically this is added as part of the Signature.  Have you tried deleting and recreating this user's signature?  Go to Tools|Options|Mail Setup|Signatures
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Thanks, this resolved the issue. Not sure how it got there originally, but the using a new signature resolved the issue.
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