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I have a user who states that when attempting to attach a  file or document to the email that sometimes it will go into the attachment line and other times it embeds it into the body of the email.  Is there a way to always make it go into the attachment line?  Please advise.  Thanks.
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It usually has to do with the format of the message.  Make sure it's HTML and it should be fine.  This link explains it:

http://blogs.mccombs.utexas.edu/the-most/2011/01/28/email-attachments-in-the-body-of-outlook-messages/
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Great answer and thanks for the quick response.
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