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Attachments to a message to be Sent
#11
When I have map network drive then I don't see file on map network drive.
I use outlook express 6.0.0 on windows 10
Help me!!!
Thanks


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#12
Oe will not open network drives, but there is a trick to open your network share:
Click on "Insert Attachment" button,
A window will open to add the attachment,
On the File name enter your shared folder path (Like \\192.169.1.10\share)
hit Enter and network path will open.
   
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#13
I have the same problem of not being able to see what attachments I have ready to send, if there is more than one line. I have reinstalled more than once, but still have the same problem. Yesterday I had 5 pdf attachments to send, but could not verify which ones were there or if I had missed any, because I could not see them. The little arrows on the side were of no use at all. I ended up having to use OE Classic to send them. They were very visible in that program. I don't use OE Classic a lot because it doesn't perform the way OE does in some circumstances, but it does send attachments fine, and you can see them very easily.
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#14
Hello,
you can simply click on the message and then click "File>Save Attachemts"
A bigger window will open showing you all attachments
Rafael
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#15
I'll have to try that and see how that works. Thanks for the tip.
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#16
It's not possible see the attachments when more than 4/5: the line cover the attachments.
Here i attach screenshot.
How can fixt it?

Thanks, Aldo.


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#17
It's not possible to see the attachments I want send when they are more than 4/5: the line cover at all the attachments.
How can I fixt it?
Or somebody already resolved this problem?
Here I attach a screenshot that explain the problem.

Thank you in advance for your reply, Aldo.

   
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#18
Hello, as wrote above
you can simply click on the message and then click "File>Save Attachemts"
A bigger window will open showing you all attachments
Rafael
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#19
Thank you for your reply.
When you have to SEND email there isn't any option to "SAVE ATTACHMENTS"; 
this option can be visible only when you RECEIVE email.
When you SEND email "File>Save Attachments" is not clickable.
Anyway, i resolved the problem myself: the windows have to be smaller and can't be maximize screen.


Aldo
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