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System Requirements
Outlook 2002 XP and Outlook Express Attachments blocked
File attachments types
Outlook 2002 XP Unblock File Attachments
Programs to view Attachments

 

 

System Requirements

Computer with Pentium 133 megahertz (MHz) or higher processor; Pentium III recommended
For all Office XP suites:
RAM requirements depend on the operating system used:
* Windows 98, or Windows 98 Second Edition
24 MB of RAM plus an additional 8 MB of RAM for each Office program (such as Microsoft Word) running simultaneously
* Windows Me, or Microsoft Windows NT®
32 MB of RAM plus an additional 8 MB of RAM for each Office application (such as Microsoft Word) running simultaneously
* Windows 2000 Professional
64 MB of RAM plus an additional 8 MB of RAM for each Office application (such as Microsoft Word) running simultaneously
* Windows XP Professional, or Windows XP Home Edition
128 MB of RAM plus an additional 8 MB of RAM for each Office application (such as Microsoft Word) running simultaneously
Hard disk space requirements will vary depending on configuration; custom installation choices may require more or less. Listed below are the minimum hard disk requirements for Office XP suites:
* Office XP Standard
210 MB of available hard disk space
* Office XP Professional and Professional Special Edition²
245 MB of available hard disk space
An additional 115 MB is required on the hard disk where the operating system is installed. Users without Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows Me, or Office 2000 Service Release 1 (SR-1) require an extra 50 MB of hard disk space for System Files Update.
Operating Systems:
Windows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows Millennium Edition (Windows Me), Windows NT 4.0 with Service Pack 6 (SP6) or later,³ Windows 2000, or Windows XP or later.
 

Outlook 2002 XP and Outlook Express Attachments blocked

There are two levels of attachment security. Access to level 1 files is blocked and can't be changed. When you receive an attachment with a level 2 file type, you will be prompted to save the file to your hard disk. If you use Microsoft Exchange Server, your administrator can add and remove file types for both levels of e-mail security. If a file type is added to both levels, it will be treated as a level 1 file type.

Level 1

File extension File type
.ade Microsoft Access project extension
.adp Microsoft Access project
.bas Microsoft Visual Basic class module
.bat Batch file
.chm Compiled HTML Help file
.cmd Microsoft Windows NT Command Script
.com Microsoft MS-DOS program
.cpl Control Panel extension
.crt Security certificate
.exe Program
.hlp Help file
.hta HTML program 
.inf Setup  Information
.ins Internet Naming Service
.isp Internet Communication settings
.js JScript file
.jse Jscript Encoded Script file
.lnk Shortcut
.mda Microsoft Access add-in program
.mdb Microsoft Access program
.mde Microsoft Access MDE database
.mdz Microsoft Access wizard program
.msc Microsoft Common Console Document
.msi Microsoft Windows Installer package
.msp Windows Installer patch
.mst Visual Test source files
.pcd Photo CD image or Microsoft Visual Test compiled script
.pif Shortcut to MS-DOS program
.reg Registration entries
.scr Screen saver
.sct Windows Script Component
.shs Shell Scrap Object
.url Internet shortcut
.vb VBScript file
.vbe VBScript Encoded Script file
.vbs VBScript file
.wsc Windows Script Component
.wsf Windows Script file
.wsh Windows Script Host Settings file

 

Outlook 2002 XP Unblock File Attachments

Special thanks to the people at www.annoyances.org, and Cat Haglund for finding out how to unblock the file type in Outlook 2002 XP.  Follow these instructions and you will be able to once again save files of the types you need to listed above. In the Blocked file attachments list.

  1. Open the registry editor
  2. HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\10.0\Outlook\Security
  3. Edit, New, String Value
  4. Name the new value Level1Remove
  5. Double-click on the new Level1Remove and enter in the extentions that you would like to stop blocking.  if you have more than one separate them with a semicolon (;), and do not include the dots (.).  For example type

    exe;mdb;vbs

  6. Click on Ok and then close the Registry Editor.  You may have to restart Outlook for the changes to take effect.

Note:  You have now opened up your computer to allow you to access exe files which could contain a virus.  If you open a virus Outlook will not stop it now.  Hope you enjoy.

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