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nshenkar

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Hi,
I have received two e-mails recently, which have no attachment icon in the title, but - surprise! The e-mail itself has an attachment.
Any ideas anyone...?
Thanks,
Naomi
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What email client are you using? Windows Live Mail, Outlook 2003, 2007, 2010? Mozilla ThunderBird?
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Outlook 2007.
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ok, if you go to the "view" menu, and choose "current view" -> "customise current view", and choose the "fields" button you should see a list of columns. On the right-hand side, under the heading "show these fields in this order", is the "attachment" field listed there?
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Sure is. Most e-mails with attachments show the attachment icon, just a couple don't...
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hmm, if it works ok for most email, but for a few specific emails it doesn't show, I suspect the issue is not caused by your system/email client, but by something in the sender's system/the specific makeup of the emails in question.
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OK... If you come up with any ideas of anything I could check, please share them with me...

Thanks,

Naomi
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