[Esd-l] Weird LookOut problem
wendt at kingcrab.nrl.navy.mil
Fri Jul 19 03:33:01 PDT 2002
Yes, we've already done that. Doesn't seem to fix this problem
though. When they send the original email, the attachment goes through
just fine, it only seems to happen when they forward an email with an
attachment. We've played around with the settings, and so far the only
thing that seems to work, is to use the "include original text as an
attachment" setting in the configuration. But that gives a weird looking
display to the user, as the attachment is then called text.txt, which
includes the original email and the attachment. Scratchin' my head over
At 12:35 PM 7/18/2002 -0400, you wrote:
>Configure Outlook to send in Plain Text.
>This setting (in 2000) is Tools-Options-Mail Format-Send in this message
>It is controlled entirely by the sender.
>With tnef stripping enabled, you WILL miss messages that you want.
>Unfortunately, the number of Outlook users out there NOT sending in plain text
>format is pretty large.
>I'd bet that something other than plain text was the default on some versions
>of the product.
>Mark Wendt wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > We've got a problem with our Outlook users, and the TNEF setting in
> > procmailrc. I've got SECURITY_STRIP_MSTNEF=YES, and when the Outlook users
> > forward any kind of attachment, it gets moved into a winmail.dat file, and
> > since the setting is YES, it gets stripped, as it should. Funny thing is,
> > when they just send an email, with an attachment, the attachment doesn't
> > get stuck into the winmail.dat file. Does anybody know of a setting in
> > Outlook, that turns off the writing of the attachment to a winmail.dat
> > file, and just forwards the email and attachment as a normal email and
> > attachment? I really don't want to turn off the security_strip_mstnef
> > function.
> > Thanks,
> > Mark
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>mv $win /dev/null
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