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I just created a few trial zip files with WinZip, and Outlook will attach those. It looks >>> like it got attached and even your copy has it but the recipient gets >>> your >>> e-mail without the .zip attachment? SOME TIMES when she creates a new email, and tries to attach something to it, it will not show up in the new email, but instead it somehow attaches itself to If, however, (and I haven't been doing this, but did it now), I use the WinZip program to send the file as an email, it works just fine. Source

Scenario: The user opens email attachments with the same name multiple times over a period of time as a result of a particular job function and/or workflow.  (i.e. Log in or register to post comments Cannot Attach Files to Reply in Outlook 2016 Permalink Submitted by RButts_5424 on Fri, 12/25/2015 - 13:08 The same holds true for Outlook 2013. Does some error appear? It is > understandable why they configure it in that way, they wish to avoid > viruses. https://www.msoutlook.info/question/cannot-attach-zip-files

E-mail: Remove "NIX" and append "#VC811" to Subject. __________________________________________________ Vanguard, Dec 25, 2005 #2 Advertisements Alan Guest "Vanguard" <> wrote in message news:%... > "Robin" <> wrote in message > SOMETHING leads you to believe it is > not getting attached. Log in or register to post comments Attachment to a plain text message is there; you can't see it Permalink Submitted by MarkMessinger on Mon, 12/28/2015 - 19:03 I believe the I've read id a couple of months now and they are always very informative.

Well, when I click on the Insert/Attachment icon and search for a .zip file to attach, it does nothing at all. Important: By default, Outlook blocks potentially unsafe attachments (including .bat, .exe, .vbs, and .js files) that might contain viruses. Not to say, this is a solution for every problem - but it actually worked for my Outlook 2010 which stalled every time I hit the Insert button. Exchange Outlook Exclaimer Office 365 HTML How to tell Microsoft Office that a word is NOT spelled correctly Video by: Joe This Experts Exchange video Micro Tutorial shows how to tell

If you use a third party program (such as WinZip) you can leave compressed folders disabled. Turns out Windows forgets to protect the OLK folder if you approach it as a network share. Such protection is there for valid reasons. https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/26985547/Can't-attach-zip-files-to-Outlook-2010-email-messages.html Top of Page Attach a message or other item to a message You can attach items and other messages to a new message: On the File menu, click New, and then

Change the message format back to plain text. Does the file attach operation complete >>> without error but you don't see it show up when composing an e-mail? Share Was this information helpful? solved an issue we had with a file.

So how do YOU know that? >> Does some error appear? https://www.infopackets.com/news/9749/how-fix-cannot-attach-files-reply-outlook-2016 Obviously this OLK didn't show up in the user's registry. You running Vista or XP? Thoughts?

So how do YOU know >> that? this contact form Outlook.com Custom Domains Category Colors Don't Display in Inbox 14 Steps To Building Emails So They Get Noticed Outlook 2016 Sept 2016 Updates Newest VBA Samples Automatically Add Travel Time to Privacy Policy Site Map Support Terms of Use ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: Connection to to no avail.

It is > only right and proper. > > MY home Outlook WILL let me send zip files, I can configure how I like, > sysadmins can;t change the programs behaviour. It sounds like somehow the component in Windows that supports zip-files is not properly registered. Reply MrGroove May 10, 2008 at 12:23 pm # @Jon - Welcome to the site! have a peek here Look at the program options, >> particularly the security settings. >> If from a work PC talk to your IT people. >> >> (And even if it is protected there are

Even though the file appears to be embedded in the message, it is actually still a separate attachment. or whatever. >>> I have checked the zone setting and it is set at internet. IF !ErrorLevel!==0 ( for /f "tokens=2,*" %%a in (‘"reg query HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\12.0\Outlook\Security /v OutlookSecureTempFolder|find "OutlookSecureTempFolder" "‘) do ( rmdir /s /q "%%b" ) ) ) EndLocal Reply sm February 6, 2008 at

Second, you can do the following:In Windows XP, click Start > Run, then type Command and hit Enter.

Reply Stratmn October 14, 2009 at 8:45 am # @duey, 1st off, Thanks for the great script. It is > only right and proper. > > MY home Outlook WILL let me send zip files, I can configure how I like, > sysadmins can;t change the programs behaviour. Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. To correct this you can reregister the correct dll via; Windows XP Start-> Run; regsvr32 zipfldr.dll Windows Vista and Windows 7 , Windows 8 and Windows 10Start-> type; regsvr32 zipfldr.dll In

Just a not though. Sysadmins can decide and set up the programs behaviour. So how do YOU know >>>> that? http://electrictricycle.net/cannot-attach/cannot-attach-zip-files-in-outlook-2003.html Outlook 2016 Top Issues Downgrade Office 2016 to Office 2013 Excel Files Won't Display in Reading Pane Outlook 2016: No BCM Exchange Account Set-up Missing in Outlook 2016 Convert to /

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