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Outlook attachments We are running a new version of outlook, version 12 I think. Upon sending a .mdb file outlook has blocked the attachment. I have looked the net for a solution and found a possible way through the registry. Ihave tried this but when the last part is to be accessed get an auto discover icon and not the security one that is suposed to be there. This maybe because the info given is for earlier versions. Anyway I have tried this and it does not work, please can you help? Yours hopefully Leighton I cannot resend the info as . somthing else or compress before sending as original computer is now off line.

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Hi Mr jones24,

Try zipping the file before you send it. I think Outlook has spotted that your trying to send a database file and is blocking it. When you zip it, outlook might not be able to peer through the zip file to see. I know it works on older versions of Outlook.

You can use the inbuilt Microsoft "Compressed Folder" zip tool, just right click on the file within windows and select "Send To -> Compressed "Zipped" Folder"

Or you could try 7zip, which is an excellent free zip utility

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