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outlook 2007 - imbedding a MP3 file

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My OS is win 7 prof 64 bit and I use Office 2007.  Is it possible to send an email using Outlook 2007 with a small audio file, MP3, so that when the receiver opens the email, it will play the file - like Happy Birthday, etc.
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No.  No desktop email client will 'play' or run an active file like an MP3 or javascript.  You can send it as an attachment so the receiver can click on it and play it themselves.
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