Attachment is not password protected.



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Attachment is not password protected.

Postby JR » Sat, 19 Jul 2003 01:19:28 GMT

My company sends attachments (office files) to clients via 
the internet. They usually password protect these files. 
Is there anyway to have outlook tell the user that the 
attachment does not have a password? Sometimes they forget 
to put the password on the attachment...

Thanks, J.R.

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