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Outlook 2003 Question About Attachments

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by mickeyw3340, Jan 6, 2006.

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  1. mickeyw3340

    mickeyw3340 Thread Starter

    Nov 22, 2004
    Is there any setting or any way in Outlook 2003 to have an attachment that is received in an email to automatically go back to the sender when he/she is sent a reply? We use Exchange Server. We have times here in our office where someone will send another employee an attached file such as a spreadsheet. The recepient will open it up from the Outlook mail screen, make a change to it and click File - Save. When you then send the reply to the email the attachment does not remain with it. The only way we have been able to get this to work is to open the attachment in Word or Excel, click File - Send to - Mail Recepient As Attachment. This takes extra time because the recepients name or names, have to be reinserted in the email box. Thanks in Advance.
  2. littlemar


    Jul 12, 2001
    Do a forward instead of a reply - then you only need to enter the email address. We have 2003 Outlook and an Exchange Server so it's the same type of system.
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