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Sending attachments to others from Outlook Express their Outlook says attachment is to dangerous and won't let them look at it. What is wrong on my end?

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Hi,

This is probably caused by remnants of a virus that may have corruped your registry or a version of Norton that is wreaking havoc during outgoing email virus scans.

Either way i suggest that you fully scan your computer and clean the registry just in case the virus is replicating itself on outgoing emails and attaching itself to your attachments.


If you need any further advice please post back.


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Depends what type of attachment, access/excel files and .exe files usually need to me zipped

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