MS Outlook outgoing messages...

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by Marcus3000, Jul 9, 2009.

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  1. Marcus3000

    Marcus3000 Registered Member

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    NOD 32 Security is reformatting my OUTGOING from HTML to an attachment and eliminating the pictures. I am a real estate agent and i send out pictures of properties. If the pictures don't show up it is sort of pointless! I have asked ES-ET about this, but every reply i get is about IN-coming messages. My INcoming is fine, thank God i don't have to solve that. OUTgoing is being made into an Explorer attachment and the pictures are eliminated. :(
     
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  3. Marcus3000

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    Guess no-one is having this problem...
     
  4. Marcus3000

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    I am using Smart Security... sorry nonoise just found your reply. i will check the link you posted as well.
    Cheers,
     
  5. Marcos

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    No problems here. Using Outlook 2007, created an html email with an image and sent it to myself. It arrived correctly with the image.

    Please let us know:
    - what email client you use and its exact version
    - what email server you sent email through
     
  6. Marcus3000

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    I have Outlook 2003.
    The problem is when the real estate program utilizes Outlook to send out a property sheet. It is like the real estate program sends the e-mail to Outlook and Oulook converts the sheet to an attachment and the pictures are not in attachement. When i disable es-et it works fine. I do that by bringing up security, hit F5, and use the very bottom function and dis-associate Security from MSOutlook. A real hassle to have to do that everytime i have to send out real estate information.
    Cheers,
     
  7. Marcos

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    Does disabling scanning of sent email make a difference?
     
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