[mso] Outlook Attachments

  • From: "Renaud, Parker" <PRenaud@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <mso@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 18 Jan 2006 17:26:46 -0500

Normally one can email a document, a spreadsheet, or a .pdf file using
Outlook by clicking File>Send To>Mail Recipient. Outlook will then open
a new mail message with the attachment in it. All you have to do is
enter the email address and click Send. This will not work for only one
of our 90 Outlook 2003 users. He uses the same procedure, but when he
clicks Send, nothing happens. 
If he open a new email, clicks on the paper clip, browses to the
attachment, inserts it and clicks Send, it works fine. However, this
method takes longer and requires that the document or .pdf file be
resident on the hard drive or network. If he wants to send something
from the web, he has to save it first so he can browse for it.
I hope this is a common Outlook 2003 problem and someone knows the
Parker Renaud
"Not all who wander are lost."
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