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If you are using Outlook Express at home and your office uses a full version of Outlook, it will have some communication features not available to Outlook Express.
There should be no problems sending standard emails though, as long as your office computer has internet access.
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To change your forwarded mail
settings, launch Outlook, then go to "Tools" and "Options." Click the
button in the upper right of the box that says "Email Options."
Change Your Forwarding Options
Look at the bottom of the next
window under "Replies and Forwards." In the drop-down box under "When
Forwarding a Message," change the entry from "Attach Original Message"
to "Include Original Message Text."
Close and then reopen Outlook. Your messages should now forward inline with the message rather than as an attachment.
First of u should know about he limit of attachment, if its ur orgazniation email account then u should ask for the attachement sending policy most organizations r allowing only 5 mb attachment to send, if you r using gmail with outlook then gmail will allow u to send up to 20 mb attachment. before u cancel the message from the outbox u need to cancle the send/recive once that cancled u will be able to easily delete the message from outbox.if you r not able to open outlook u need to close ur outlook from taskmanager , open the process tab and close the outlook.exe session. or you can restart your computer and open ur outlook. u can open ur outlook safe mode to delete that sending file.
Have you tried the repair option in Outlook? From the help menu, you can choose Detech and Repair. Also, you can choose to repair all of Microsoft Office from the Control Panel, Add and Remove Programs, find Microsoft Office, and click change. Then You can choose to repair.
Though you don't say, I infer from your question you have an Internet connection. Most people prefer to use "Web Mail" because it allows access from ANY computer. If you install a local client ( and I would NOT recommend Outlook ) you need a mail provider who provides SMTP and POP3 mailboxes and you inherit the setup issues you describe. If you have such a provider, I suggest you download and install Thunderbird from Mozilla.com/Thunderbird. Your mail provider's support or "how to connect" page will have all the specific instructions you need to attach to their server.
if you are configuring outlook to a mail server , you should ask administrator what Max attachment limit is. usually there has to be a limit on sending attachments and it differs from mail service provider to other