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fitzgig06

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I was wondering if there are any settings so that when I click on a message(with a forwarded attachment) I don't have to keep clicking the attachment until it gets to the first e mail(where the attachment was)..it will open up w/in the first click or even show up in the reading pane on the bottom? :whistling:
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I was wondering if there are any settings so that when I click on a message(with a forwarded attachment) I don't have to keep clicking the attachment until it gets to the first e mail(where the attachment was)..it will open up w/in the first click or even show up in the reading pane on the bottom? :whistling:


Hi there!

Well, problem is, there's not much you can do about it unless you ask the people who forward you the messages to do it properly. It's generally people who forward messages directly from their email server (who don't use Outlook/Incredimail/Mozilla, etc), there's a choice of settings, and often default setting is "forward message as attachment". If they stop doing that, you should be able to get the preview properly in outlook as in other messages.
Hope this helps!

Good luck!

Honeybunny
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