Attachment Blocking / Unblocking


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Bob Showalter

At our remote sites, users logged in through Terminal
Server have complained that they can not send
attachments. At the main office I get a message if I try
to attach warning about the attachment.

When I receive a message with an attachment, the
attachment is blocked, I suppose based on the extension.

Where on the server is all of this stuff set up.

I have looked at the writeup on slipstick about making
registry changes on the client systems. Isn't there some
way to control this at the Exchange Server (2000)? OR Am I
going to have to come up w/ some type of script to patch
everyone's registry at logon to do this?

Thanks

Bob Showalter
 
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Roady [MVP]

You can manage this on the Exchange server as well. You'll need to install
the adminpack.exe from the ORK for this or you can use the adm-template to
customize the registry as a policy.

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www.howto-outlook.com

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Guest

Thanks so much for the quick response. I took over this
account just a short time ago and everything was already
set up. Is the Resource Kit something that normally comes
w/ Exchange Server or can I download it. If not, where do
I get it? From Microsoft?

Can you explain the adm-template just a bit more please.
I am a little new (but learning) to all of this when it
goes beyond the default installation.

Again, thank,

Bob Showalter
-----Original Message-----
You can manage this on the Exchange server as well. You'll need to install
the adminpack.exe from the ORK for this or you can use the adm-template to
customize the registry as a policy.

--
Robert Sparnaaij [MVP-Outlook]
www.howto-outlook.com

Tips of the month:
-Navigation Pane Tips & Tricks
-Create an Office 2003 CD slipstreamed with Service Pack 1

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At our remote sites, users logged in through Terminal
Server have complained that they can not send
attachments. At the main office I get a message if I try
to attach warning about the attachment.

When I receive a message with an attachment, the
attachment is blocked, I suppose based on the extension.

Where on the server is all of this stuff set up.

I have looked at the writeup on slipstick about making
registry changes on the client systems. Isn't there some
way to control this at the Exchange Server (2000)? OR Am I
going to have to come up w/ some type of script to patch
everyone's registry at logon to do this?

Thanks

Bob Showalter

.
 
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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

the ORK is available at the office website - there are links to it from the
security pages at slipstick and information on how to use it.
http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/esecup/admin.htm



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Thanks so much for the quick response. I took over this
account just a short time ago and everything was already
set up. Is the Resource Kit something that normally comes
w/ Exchange Server or can I download it. If not, where do
I get it? From Microsoft?

Can you explain the adm-template just a bit more please.
I am a little new (but learning) to all of this when it
goes beyond the default installation.

Again, thank,

Bob Showalter
-----Original Message-----
You can manage this on the Exchange server as well. You'll need to install
the adminpack.exe from the ORK for this or you can use the adm-template to
customize the registry as a policy.

--
Robert Sparnaaij [MVP-Outlook]
www.howto-outlook.com

Tips of the month:
-Navigation Pane Tips & Tricks
-Create an Office 2003 CD slipstreamed with Service Pack 1

-----
At our remote sites, users logged in through Terminal
Server have complained that they can not send
attachments. At the main office I get a message if I try
to attach warning about the attachment.

When I receive a message with an attachment, the
attachment is blocked, I suppose based on the extension.

Where on the server is all of this stuff set up.

I have looked at the writeup on slipstick about making
registry changes on the client systems. Isn't there some
way to control this at the Exchange Server (2000)? OR Am I
going to have to come up w/ some type of script to patch
everyone's registry at logon to do this?

Thanks

Bob Showalter

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