Request for Question Clarification by
27 Oct 2006 07:18 PDT
I am going to guess that this is what you mean. If it is wrong, please
let me know with more information and I will try and help you further.
"Outlook 2003, Outlook 2002 and Outlook 2000 SP3 (but not Outlook 98 or
earlier Outlook 2000 versions) allow the user to use a registry key to
open up access to blocked attachments. (Always make a backup before
editing the registry.) To use this key:
1. Run Regedit, and go to this key:
(change 10.0 to 9.0 for Outlook 2000 SP3 or to 11.0 for Outlook 2003)
2. Under that key, add a new string value named Level1Remove.
3. For the value for Level1Remove, enter a semicolon-delimited list
of file extensions. For example, entering this:
would unblock Microsoft Access files and Internet shortcuts. Note
that the use of a leading dot was not previously required, however, new
security patches may require it. If you are using "mdb;url" format and
extensions are blocked, add a dot to each extension. Note also that
there is not a space between extensions."
Perhaps this will answer your question.