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I try to send out an attachment extension .exe, .cmd and .zip but my outlook blocks it.
How can I allow this to be sent out? I also have exchange server 2003 but I don't want to change any settings on exchange.
Thanks in advance
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Put the file/s into a .rar archive and resend.

Chances are even if you manage to send the attachment out by editing your settings the recipient probably will not be able to receive the mail.
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Please check this:
http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/esecup/getexe.asp

who to allow extensions in outlook
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