I don't know how to solve the issue or why it would happen on a select amount of emails. This is the reason why I postponed closing of Bug 320571, and one of the reasons why I opend meta Bug 269826. I was then able to open it in windows. I am using Exchange. https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=324316
Have tried repairing > > office. > > Any suggestions? > > > Unless the attached file is a filetype of .pst then, no, it's own > program is NOT Outlook. I unchecked the active X and went back to my email and all attachments now open. I have had this happen to me several times and have a hard time finding a site that tells me the easy fix. I'm strict about it so that comments can be valuable for everyone, including those who come later and take the time to read.
If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. It's almost as if Outlook does not understand how to open a .msg file. Hope this helps. , Oct 10, 2007 #8 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? I just do not trust people to think they are savvy enough to know what they are forwarding.
Status: RESOLVED DUPLICATE of bug 320571 Whiteboard: Keywords: Product: Thunderbird Classification: Client Software Component: Mail Window Front End (show other bugs) Version: unspecified Platform: x86 Windows XP Importance: -- major (vote) Contact your systems administrator". All of them are under 100Kb, total email with overhead shouldn't be more than 10MB on any system. official site AVG in my case.
If you successfully had the content on your phone and used Gmail to send it to someone who now can't see it, how is that an Apple thing? Email attachments are often the way that viruses spread throughout the internet. Thankyou for your constructive input, perhaps you could suggest some search terms that will yield identical bugs ? The iPhone then searches for the account and adds it.TipIf you still can't open attachments, reset the iPhone's network settings.
Can anyone tell me what I can do to fix this situation? Plus my security is set to high and I have a *white list only* type setting. Outlook 2002 users have a bit more of a challenge. Warning: getting Outlook 2002 to open potentially unsafe attachments requires editing the registry. Reply deedee walker July 13, 2015 at 12:56 am ok, so how do I know if I am using, outlook express, or outlook 2002, and what is the difference?
The new computer has Windows 2000 SP4. have a peek at these guys Apple disclaims any and all liability for the acts, omissions and conduct of any third parties in connection with or related to your use of the site. Occasionally, a glitch or settings problem on the iPhone prevents you from accessing attachments, in which case you may find a fix by troubleshooting the handset and the email account.Check the Reply olutola November 19, 2009 at 2:58 am I'm using Outlook 2003 at work.
The 200 hits I got contained many similar > (often old) bugs but none that looked an exact match to my problem. > Thankyou for your constructive input, perhaps you could If it is filetype .eml, Outlook Express normally handles that one. However, you may be able to find a third-party app that will open it on the iPhone.
This has happened twice now with two seperate users concerning two seperate messages. Any ideas what causes this? Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. In that dialog will be a checkbox labeled "Do not allow attachments to be saved or opened that could potentially be a virus".
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You can check which filetypes are assigned to what apps by looking in Windows Explorer under Tools -> Options -> Filetypes. The resulting PDF can then be opened from PC, Mac, Adobe, etc... So far can not find any help online. They're high priced attorneys who, for the most part, feel very highly of themselves and their time.
WAJ0606, Oct 24, 2007 #1 Sponsor gurutech Joined: Apr 23, 2004 Messages: 2,959 Can you save the "attachment" to desktop, and then open from there? Then I saved it back to the flash drive. Try opening the attachment in an email program on your computer or another device to see if that works or ask the sender to resend the email.Troubleshoot the iPhoneRestart the iPhonePress In addition to it, when bug is fixed in trunk, status becomes other than "Open".
I proved later, however, that user C's client/device didn't matter, by showing the when forwarding the email from the iPhone, and BEFORE SENDING, I scrolled down to the bottom of the Microsoft's knowledgebase article that deals with this issue in detail can be found here. I apparently didn't make myself clear. Click E-mail Options....
Error message is "This file cannot be previewed because of an error with the following previewer: Microsoft Office Outlook message and item previewer. It will just put a box around the area and not open it. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. A relative decided to put it all together for me.
This may fix a glitch in the app and it may start working when you restart Mail.TipTap and hold the attachment to see if there is an alternative way toview it.