Our office receives many emails, most with attachments, that all go directly into 1 folder.  My IT people tell me there is no way to automatically have these emails with attachments print out when received.  Is there not a rule that can be set up to have
these emails and attachments automatically print?  It takes forever to go into each email and print and then print the attachments.  Thanks for any help. 

23. June 2014 · Write a comment · Categories: Uncategorized · Tags: ,

Emails sent in client Windows Live Mail 2012, whilst going into sent folder,  are not being received by recipients unless there is an attachment.

I have checked that sending emails, whether with or without attachments,  direct in service provider’s email page does work so this would point to a Live Mail being source of problem.

I have not changed any settings in Live Mail. I did do some maintenance work such as deleting newsfeeds quite recently.

I would appreciate some help to solve this problem.

 

18. June 2014 · Write a comment · Categories: E-Mail · Tags:

Hello,

I recently upgraded MS Office to 2010. My outlook emails are archived by exchange server. Before the upgrade I can double click an archived email and be able to download any attachments. But after upgrade to Outlook 2010, I no longer can download/access
attachments with archived emails. I can just see names of the attachments in the email towards bottom of the email. I can see all other content/text(not the content in attachments) in the email though. 

Are there any settings in Outlook or Exchange Server that I can verify to address this issue. I do not have access to Exchange Server but can ask responsible people to verify.  

Thank You,

Naga

Hello,

I recently upgraded MS Office to 2010. My outlook emails are archived by exchange server. Before the upgrade I can double click an archived email and be able to download any attachments. But after upgrade to Outlook 2010, I no longer can download/access
attachments with archived emails. I can just see names of the attachments in the email towards bottom of the email. I can see all other content/text(not the content in attachments) in the email though. 

Are there any settings in Outlook or Exchange Server that I can verify to address this issue. I do not have access to Exchange Server but can ask responsible people to verify.  

Thank You,

Naga

I have a Macbook Air and need to move my saved attachments to the new machine from my old Macbook. Can I just copy the contents of the Saved Attachments folder over to the new machine?

Also, before you answer that, you should know that I started using the new Outlook 2011 instance and received several emails before I noticed the rest of the old attachments weren’t on the new mac. How can I integrate these Saved Attachment folders. I am
running Mavericks 10.9.3.

Thanks!

09. June 2014 · Write a comment · Categories: Uncategorized · Tags: ,

I am not receiving some attachments when they are sent to via windows live mail. The one in question has a warning of “not trusting the digitally-signed-message”.  I know it is from a trusted source but how do I correct the problem? Thanks for your assistance.

Hi all,

I have the above mentioned problem. I configured my IMAP mailbox following my ISP instructions and everything works fine with the following exception. Once I send messages they are automatically moved in the Sent items folder. In order to save the limited
IMAP mailbox capacity I would need to delete heavy attachments from Sent items, but once I remove them and save the modified message, they are still present with the original message dimensions.

I always did this operation with my old Outlook 2003 without any problem…

Someone can help? Thanks!

m477e0

Because of the nature of our business, we deal in a lot of attachments passing between internal users and clients.  Scenario: end user recieves a word doc as an attachment.  They open it and make changes, and hit "save".  We’d like to implement a pop up
hat comes up when saving attachments that queries the user "You appear to be saving an attachment,  would you prefer to ‘Save As’ ". If they select yes, it will take them into the "save as" menu.  Is something like this possible?  How do we do this?

Hi all,

I have a bit of a strange problem regarding adding attachments in Outlook 2013 on Windows 7. Here’s the situation:

The user that has this problem is working locally. She has a network drive setup that points to the Teamsite of SharePoint online. Also, the user has no problems accessing the network drive. The user is working in Outlook 2013 with the same account that
is authenticating in Internet Explorer and the network drive.

However, when she tries to drag and drop a file that is located on the SharePoint Online network drive (WebDAV) via Explorer to a new e-mail in Outlook 2013 she receives an error which says that she does not have the required permissions.

I’ve searched the forums for this one but haven’t found a solution so far. Can somebody help me out?

Kind regards,

Martijn

Hello-

I have about 1K email message in a folder and I need to move the ones that have a particular string of text within an attachment (usually a .pdf or Word file) to a different folder. This would involve me having to open 1K emails and attachments and glancing
over each one that had the string of text manually. Hoping this can be achieved via a macro.

The particular text string is “10000 SMS- HS”

Any help is appreciated. Thank you.

Hello,

I wonder if the following is possible in Outlook (perhaps with macro):

I would like Outlook to warn me when sending out an email exceeding a certain size limit (I know these limits are based on your server, and so would need to perhaps personalize this size limit).

And then should give me the option to split the attachments over multiple emails without exceeding the size limit per message.

For example: my server allows emails to be sent up to 10 mb. I set up an email with 15 attachments, each attachment being about 2 mb, Outlook should signal this and give me the option to, in this case, automatically split these attachments in 3 emails each
containing 5 attachments.

Thanks in advance.

Lara

10. May 2014 · Write a comment · Categories: E-Mail · Tags:

Not long ago I was able to drag and drop conversations (emails) from my inbox to a new email and send them as attachments. People internally (using our companies email account) and externally (using a different type of email account) cannot view my attached
emails. I use this function all the time and am now converting emails to PDF to send them in attachments. I have no idea when this started, or why it is happening. The attached emails are coming through as .eml files and are blank. Does anyone know why this
is happening? I checked to see if the default program for .eml files is outlook and it is on the PC I am using. I’m running Outlook 2013. Does anyone have any insight on this issue?

Hello,

I have recently been having trouble receiving certain messages with photo attachments.

They come from people that I know, and the messages included photos that I wanted to receive.

The attached photos arrive as text instead of as an attachment. 

 I believe that the messages all came from iPhones.

When I ask the sender to resend the message to a Yahoo mail address which uses my browser instead of Windows Live Mail,

I receive the photos as attachments as intended.

Please explain how to solve this problem, and if possible, how to recover the messages that were sent to ne where I got text instead of attachments.

Thanks. 

I use Outlook 2010 for Windows and have been sent an email from someone that uses Mac Outlook (“MacOutlook/14.4.xxx”), which contains a number of attachments.  The email I receive has only a single attachment with a blank filename, and the contents of that
attachment seem to be the entire email (which includes the attachments encoded using base64).

When I drag the email out of outlook onto my desktop (so it creates an .msg file) and open that .msg file on my desktop, the email opens correctly, and I can see all the attachments as separate attachments, exactly as I would expect.  Therefore, outlook
seems to be “fixing” the mail item in that process.

I can also view the email correctly by doing the following steps: 1) create a new email; 2) add the problematic email as an attachment to that email (menu: “Insert”, “outlook item”), 3) open the attachment I’ve just created ; 4) The “attached” problematic
email opens and is displayed correctly.

Is there a setting or fix available in Outlook that means that it can open such an email correctly in the first place without having to go through such a convoluted process to read the attachments?  Note that I’m not using MS Exchange.

05. May 2014 · Write a comment · Categories: E-Mail · Tags:

I regularly email encrypted .ZIP files.  Sometime during April of 2014, I seem to have lost this ability.  The email is received but it does not have any attachments.  It does not matter if the .ZIP file is encrypted or not.  I am still able to send other
attachments (.PDF and .XLSX work, haven’t checked others).  Did something get changed with the last batch of updates?  Can I change a setting to get .ZIP file attachments to work again?  Thanks in advance for your help.