Some user are recieving emails in Outlook 2007 as winmail.dat attachments

Some users are receiving emails with the body of the text as a winmail.dat file.  These emails are from other users on the same Exchange 2000 server.  The emails have the from field blank with the winmail.dat file attached.  All the users are using Outlook 2007.

I've looked at other sources and most of them deal with RTF and attachments.  This doesn't seem to fit.  Any Help would be appreciated.
gabriel_nycAsked:
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KevinCovertCommented:
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KevinCovertCommented:
One that is a bit more to the point, hope this helps.

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HA101530181033.aspx

KMC
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KevinCovertCommented:
And here is a link in the case that you have internet users.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/138053/

Hope you get it taken care of.

KMC
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gabriel_nycAuthor Commented:
Well, rich text formatting shouldn't be the issue as both the sender and recipient of the message were using outlook 2007 and the sender is set to use HTML.  That's what's stumping me.  I ran across the RTF solutions all over the place, but this doesn't seem to be the issue.  
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KevinCovertCommented:
Bummer, I'll look some more.
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gabriel_nycAuthor Commented:
Thanks!!  It's an odd issue.  The only other refrence to winmail.dat has to do with attachments.  The only attachments at a gif in the signature.  With the attachment issue the attachment(s) get put in the winmail.dat.   Here the whole body and header get dumped into the file.
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gabriel_nycAuthor Commented:
Looks like the issue was with the client application on one of the users 7 days ago, and have not seen the issue reoccur.
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KevinCovertCommented:
Good thing its resolved, sorry I couldnt be of assistance on this one.
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