Date: Sun, 13 Jun 2004 22:47:15 -0700
I am having problems with outlook express blocking any
sort of attachement received from someone (in my address
book even) and it also won't show any text that someone
has forwarded say from someone else. It says due to
security reasons, which I can understand. However, if I
trust this person and the material they may be trying to
send, shouldn't I be able to determine if I want to open
and read instead of automatically deleting everything
except the senders address and the subject line? Please
let me know how I can correct this. Thanks.
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