I have an user with Office 2010 (connected to SBS2011/Exchange 2010).
When he sends emails with PDF files attached, he says that in the recipients email program, those PDF files are shown as "winmail.dat".
Is this setting issue or sender's outlook or the setting in recipient's email program or something else?
It is not a sender issue - it is an incompatibility issue between sender and recipient.
Usually this happens when sending from Exchange to a non-Exchange system and Mac users have this problem regularly.
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