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bmucjc

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I am having a problem on one of the computers in our workgroup.
When this box recieves a message in outlook it also recieves an attatchment
"att######.html". The number sign indicates a number that is different but the att and
.html is always there. The box is running w2k sp4 and Office 97. We ar a peer to peer network
and are also using microsoft mail for shared schedulers. The connection to the internet is
dsl. Can someone :tazz:
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could you open up the att file and post it's contents...it will usually give a report of the issue (those att files are generally used for bounce messages or ndr replies and other such email errors)
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I need to start by saying that the attatchment is not a .html but a .txt (att000098.txt).
When you open it all that is in there is the body of the e-mail that was recieved.
Here is the contents,



-----Original Message-----
From: ~~Removed~~
Sent: Friday, December 09, 2005 9:07 AM
To: ~~removed~~
Subject:

This is a test

I an also attaching this file to this tread..
Thanks for the reply[attachment=5190:attachment]

Hope you dont mind I add the attachment to this reply, Want to edit out the email address from any future replies or you will have even more e-mail issues
-----Original Message----- From: Gary Huisken [SMTP:] Sent: Friday, December 09, 2005 9:07 AM To: Subject: This is a test

Edited by don77, 13 December 2005 - 12:13 PM.

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hmm...not sure why the mail server is sending an att with it...those usually contain messages about send errors... is this an exchange mail account or an account with your isp?
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Post the email headers? :tazz:
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