Attachment Security Options in Microsoft Outlook
Let's face it. Some of us need to receive the file types that Microsoft
decided we didn't want to receive and blocked them from us in recent versions
of Microsoft Outlook.
Yay! Someone created a very cool little add-in that we can use to get
around this feature without having to edit our registry—the
old way to do it.
You can download this free utility from
Services. I personally use it, and it works great. Here's a screen capture
OfficeArtilces.com debuted on May 26, 2005.
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