I'm using Outlook 2000 as a client, and Exchange 2000 as mailserver.
Recently, I've been unable to open attachments on incoming mail, Outlook
says the following:
"Outlook blocked access to the following potentially unsafe attachments:
Using the troubleshooter in Outlook, I came across the following
"You may have received a message that contains a level 1 e-mail security
attachment file type. To prevent the inadvertent spread of viruses,
Microsoft Outlook checks the file type of each attachment in a received
message against the file types on the e-mail security attachment file type
list. If an attachment is a file type that can contain code that can run
without warning, you cannot see or access the attachment."
Digging a little further, I have found out that tis level 1 e-mail security
attachment file type list
can be modified on the Exchange server, but I can't find this anywhere. And
I can't shut
off this security setting anywhere else.
Can anyone help me?
Ole Morten Berg