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Adobe X Can't open after Share Attach to Email

Posted on 2013-07-01
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I have a user with Adobe X Standard and Outlook 2007.  When using Adobe and she selects File/Attach to Email - Outlook opens, the attachment is visible and message is sent.  However when the recipient attempts to open the attachment he gets an error.  Adobe cannot open file because it is not a supported file type or is corrupt. The file is also corrupt in the senders 'sent' folder.

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Question by:dpesaturo
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by:James Hodge
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Hello,

And if she saves the file and atatches the saved file to a new email, does the file still get corrupted?

James
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by:dpesaturo
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Hi James:

No, if she saves and attaches the file, it does not seem to get corrupt.
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This question can be closed.  After performing a repair on Adobe the problem was resolved.
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Ran a repair on Adobe a problem was corrected.
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