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Some e-mail messages you receive may have attached files, or attachments. I can tell two of the messages in my Inbox have attachments because they have these small paperclip icons in the name. So let's just click on "CSS file utilities" message here, and we can see it in the Reading pane. Here we can see the message itself. We can see that there's two attached files here, one called TestUserData and another one, a PDF document. And as you can see, you can see the name of the file, and the size it is, and the icon usually indicates what type it is.

If you want more information, just leave your mouse pointer over top of the file, it'll tell your the name, the type, and the file size of file. Now there's a banner at the top that indicates that Outlook blocked access to one of the attachments called kolorgenerator.exe, and it did that because this is an executable file, and by default, just to help keep you safe, Outlook is going to block access to any executable. And t...

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Previewing attachments provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Sean Conrad as part of the Outlook 2007 Essential Training

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Business
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