An employee left the company last week. Before he did so he set up automatic forwarding of all his mails to other members of his group.
They don't need this and have asked me to stop it. However when I checked his Outlook (2007 on one PC and 2003 on another) he didn't have any rules set up.
I'm trying to disable the context menu for IE11 on a computer with Windows 7 32-bit using the local group policy editor.
The path is User Configuration>Administrative Templates>Windows Components>Internet Explorer>Browser menus. This should contain a setting called 'Disable Context Menu' (it's...
Just to clarify, if he tries to reply to a mail that has the full signature, including the gif image, his Outlook crashes.
If he tries to reply to a mail that has everything except the gif, then it works fine.
If he replies to a mail that has just the gif, that also works fine.
A large percentage of his other mails have logos, and he has no problem replying to these.
I tested out the problem logo by adding it to my own signature and sending it to him. He was able to reply without any issues.
The default file association for .gif on that computer is Internet Explorer.
I'm not sure if reapplying SP3 will make any difference since it was originally installed on his old computer but didn't fix this problem. It's been installed from the start on his new computer and has never worked.
Yes, he can do all of the above, except for including it in his signature, which I didn't get a chance to try out yet.
The problem isn't with his signature though, it's with the signature of a particular sender.
Okay I have a few corrections to make from what I said earlier.
The Outlook version is XP. He got a new computer but kept the same version of Office.
The error occurs when he tries to reply or forward the email, not when he opens it. The Microsoft support website say that this can be...