Tools, Options, Security, uncheck "Block images..." Also uncheck "Do not
allow attachments..." This will NOT expose you to anything, provided you
have an AntiVirus program installed. You do NOT want email scanning from
your AntiVirus program. Email scanning is redundant, it does nothing but
create problems where none exist, and your system is fully protected without
it, provided you keep the resident file scanner up to date:
Why You Don't Need Your Anti-Virus Program to Scan Your E-Mail
Hal Hostetler, CPBE -- firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Engineer/MIS -- MS MVP-Print/Imaging -- WA7BGX
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"M.Hat" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hi. I want incoming emails to be scanned, but winmail is protecting me
> from my own attachments. I attached a screenshot to send out (to live
> one care) and it deleted it (for my protection) from my own send copy.
> I don't yet know if it arrived at the other end. I then sent the same
> screenshot to myself (as a test) and winmail removed it for my own
> protection???? I want my incoming emails to be scanned, but really!!
> The only thing I can think of is to go to tools/options/security and
> uncheck the "Do not allow attachments to be saved or opened, etc." But
> then I would be exposed...right? Surely there's an answer to this.
> Oh XP and Outlook Express, how I miss you!