Outlook 2003 and PDF's

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abrown72

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Having some problems and can't find a fix. When attaching a PDF to an outlook message within our office Outlook 2003 seems to keep corrupting the PDF.

Have tried using Outlook 2000 and 2003, Adobe viewers 5, 6 and 7 updated both Outlook Pro's to latest service pack and updates when opening the PDF. Still getting the same thing. If original PDF is left on server we can open it fine but as soon as we attach it, it becomes corrupt. There is about 1.5 kb diffence between original on server and emailed version of PDF.

Thanks in Advance
 
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I am having the very same problem. Please le me know if you have found the answer. I will do likewise.

Thanks
 
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Try to covert your pdf file to doc file or jpeg file.Theres lot of converter software that can be dowloaded in the web for free.
 
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actually I receive the files from our ad agency and intend on sending them to our clients in pdf format so I need to retain the pdf format. Any other ideas?
 

abrown72

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I still have no fix. Tried everything I could think of. All we are doing right now is if a PDF becomes corrupt, we just regen it, if we do that enough eventually 1 will work.
 
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