I can't open and read pdf version 8 attachments to e-mails.
I currently have Microsoft Office 2003 but I want to open and read these attachments without buying the latest microsoft programme. Can you help me with a fix - I only want to be able to read & print them, not change or alter them in any way?
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Re: I can't open and read pdf version 8 attachments to...
If you're trying to read files with the .pdf filename extension, then you don't need any Microsoft software to do it. You need the Adobe Reader (formerly called Acrobat), which is available as a free download from www.adobe.com.
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If your mail account is configured on both systems as an IMAP account since the mail is on the server, both devices would see the same mail. That doesn't apply to your Outlook Contacts or presumably apple Contacts
Whenever I send attachments like pictures on MS Outllok 2003, the e-mail gets hung up in my Outbox and yet the recepient gets my e-mail about 12 times. I have to go into the outbox the next day and try to delete it many, many times until it gets deleted.I'm using Vista on a new HP system. I hope you can solve this problem that has plagued me for a long time, even with MS Office 2007.
Try saving the document to your local drive first, then send the file as an attachment. When the file is opened from your Outlook, it resides only as a temp file while you are viewing it, then to try to send that temp file, it causes issues with outlook. Save the file first, then send it, but don't try to send the file from the temp view whilst opening the file that is still in another e-mail
The problem is with the other persons email service provider. Some providers limit the size of attachment you can send or recieve. You can sometimes get round this by breaking the attachment up and sending it in smaller size files. or use a webmail system that doesn't have a limit on attachment size e.g. hotmail.
File Type Signature File
Small text file that can be automatically attached to the end of e-mail messages; usually includes the sender's name and e-mail address; for work e-mail, the signature may also include the name of the person's company, the person's titile, and contact phone numbers; some people choose to include a quote or Bible verse in their e-mail signature.
Most e-mail programs support multiple signature files; they can usually be selected from within the create new message window.
Program(s) that open sig files
QUALCOMM Eudora Pro Windows
QUALCOMM Eudora Pro Microsoft Outlook or Outlook Express