A user can insert any type of file by encoding it with a MIME or UUENCODE
tool first, then inserting the resulting text into the e-mail message. Excel
files? Sure. Database files? No problem.
Author of "The Microsoft Exchange User's Guide" and
"The Microsoft Outlook E-mail and Fax Guide"
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>Sure any user can insert a text into the messaage but he can not insert a
>like excel into the mail or any kind of database eng. into body mail
>anyway i think it's very important issue for MS to resolve this problem
>Thanks for all
>if anybody know can you send me the answer via e-mail
>>The only reasonable appraoch would be to limit the size of outgoing email
>>which can be easily done or to limit where outogiong email can be sent to.
>>Limiting attachments is useless becasue users can simply insert the text
>>into the message body.
>>>We're using Exch. Server 5.5 with Outlook 97 on client PCs.
>>>Can I forbid the users from sending any attached File to outside the
>>>and restrict it only to internal mail IMS. (Knowing that I dont want to
>>>limit the message size. I just want to be able to send any document
>>>internally and forbid it
>>>And I want to be by user or group not for all IMS and the reason is some
>>>or Vice-president must be sending an attachment file outside the office.