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outlook 2003- sending extra attachment

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by missa_g_, Oct 12, 2007.

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  1. missa_g_

    missa_g_ Thread Starter

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    I have an attachment that automatically attaches itself to all outgoing email messages. It attaches itself as a graycol.gif I would like to remove. Any advice?
     
  2. Krash

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    Which part of the email does it occupy?!
     
  3. missa_g_

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    It attaches itself as an attachment. I can not find the location that it originated. It is just a simple little .gif but it attaches itself to all outgoing emails, including forwards and replies.
     
  4. Krash

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    Could be a virus. Get your computer scanned with the latest virus definitions for your antivirus program.
     
  5. missa_g_

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    I have had my computer scanned and rescanned. I as well have antivirus software running. I have contacted our computer tech and he had no idea. That is why I thought that I would post it here and see if anyone had any ideas?
     
  6. bearone2

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    sounds like this is this stationery or a signature?
     
  7. cherry pie

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    Hey... why don't you search your computer for this file and delete it. See what happens :D
     
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