Outlook 2007 error - 1024x768 Clean false false false

Posted on 2010-01-11
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Last Modified: 2012-05-08
I've got a user that gets the following message coming up on sent emails. The messages are sent from Outlook 2007 on Vista Business through Exchange 2007.

1024x768 Clean false false false EN-GB X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4

Not sure what this means? Any ideas?

Question by:rowdybeans
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ID: 26284604
Is the user sending images that are being automatically reduced to "large" (1024x768)?  When creating a new message, open the attachment options if it is not currently shown (click Insert on the ribbon, then click the small arrow on the "Include" section of the ribbon).  In picture options, you may have Large (1024 x 768 px) set.  Try changing this to something else.

Is there stationary in use that could be causing this?

Is the message that the user is receiving an email or a popup error?

Author Comment

ID: 26284636
The only image being sent is a company logo?

Accepted Solution

ClarkFilter earned 2000 total points
ID: 26284687
Try removing the logo and resending.  Remove all graphics and send just a plain text email.

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