When I receive mail in Outlook or Outlook Express, the
program blocks almost every time, certainly after I
removed some emails ?
The 'block' we're most familiar with is blocked attachments, but it doesn't
sound like you are talking about that, but if you are...
See http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/esecup/getexe.htm to learn how to get
the attachments off. One popular method is Attachment Options from
For more information on the security features, see
If you use OE, hit Forward o...Blocking email address
we have exchange 2003 server. we wanted to block certain email address so
that no one in our organization gets that email. Could anyone tell me how to
Install an antispam service. Perhaps IMF will allow you to do this.
MVP - Exchange
"Protecting the world from PSTs and brick backups!"
"ANDY" <ANDY@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> we have exchange 2003 server. we wanted to block certain email address so
> that no one in our organization gets that email. Coul..."Best Practice"
I am in the process of setting up new templates for our company. There are
quite a few templates, and all have similar characteristics but slightly
different information. I am creating them as .dotx files (working in Word
I'm trying to figure out the best way to use Quick Parts within the context
of multiple templates. There is some information (for example, addresses of
different company locations) that need to be inserted into several of the
templates. I'd like to create Quick Parts for doing this, and in fact have
done this in one of the templat...Blocking image download automatically
Is it possible not to download the pictures in html automatically in Office
XP as it is in Office 2003?
Not exactly since that feature was added in OL2003. You could use the
"Guy Cohen" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hi all.
> Is it possible not to download the pictures in html automatically in
> Office XP as it is in Office 2003?
Outlook 2002 does not support that feature.
Bill Rodgers MVP
"Guy Cohen" <no...Why aren't blocked senders being blocked?
I have set up a domain as a blocked sender, but I keep getting emails from
this blocked domain (e.g. @yahoo.com). This used to work fine in Outlook
2002, but now with 2003, this feature doesn't seem to work. Any ideas?
Office Equipment & Supplies at http://www.presentationsdirect.com
...Exchange Attachment Blocking
During setup Exchange 2003 asked something about
attachment blocking, which I said yes to and made sure it
had vbs, pif, scr, etc listed...where is this setting if
I want to add additional file extensions to the list? I
cant seem to find it anywhere.
> During setup Exchange 2003 asked something about
> attachment blocking, which I said yes to and made sure it
> had vbs, pif, scr, etc listed...where is this setting if
> I want to add additional file extensions to the li...blocking senders #2
I'm considering switching to Outlook (Office XP) from OE for my e-mail.
OE had an option of blocking senders based on their domain, but I can't find
that in Outlook. The only thing Outlook gives me is the option of blocking
by the display name or address.
For example I want to be able to block everything from @internet.ch not just
firstname.lastname@example.org (or better yet everything from .ch).
I can't even find a way to make outlook display the senders real address
instead of a name or how to find the full header, properties & source of a
To block a...blocking of email messages with attachments of .exe and .com exten
Hi all. I would like to know if it is possible to block email messages with
attachments having .exe and .com extensions using exchange 2000. Can it be
set via the exchange 2000 interface? Thanks in advance
This can be done with most anti-virus solutions designed for Exchange, you
can find more info about them here:
Exchange does not have the ability to block emails based on attachment
This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.
"inenew...Getting BLOCKED:BLOCKED:BLOCKED in e-mails that are sent that have links.
When a user sends e-mails with links to other web-sites
and the mouse pointer is moved over the link it
says,"BLOCKED:BLOCKED:BLOCKED:BLOCKED" and then it gives
the link URL. When we click on the link that has been
sent by another internal member the link doesn't work.
How can I fix this?
Well, to start with, that is a setting in your email client (Outlook?) or
either in some sort of content filtering software that is doing that.
Exchange does not filter the content in such a way.
So, you need to start by looking at settings in the client or...outlook 2002 blocked attachments
Usint Windows xp Pro with Outlook 2002. I sent myself a e-mail from work
with a file I wanted to install on my home computer. Outlook blocked the
attachment as an offensive .exe. How do I get access to the blocked file?
It would be a good Idea to ZIP the file before sending it, and
un-zipping it on receipt - that's all you really need to do!.
However, control of attachment blocking can be achieved by
installing the "Attachment & Security Options" addin that can be
downloaded FREE at http://www.slovaktech.com/ - the web
page also has a clear description...CAsyncSocket
In reading the MSDN library, there are a lot of statements
like "A socket can be in 'blocking mode' or 'nonblocking
Specifically, in dealing with the function Send(...) what
happens if the receiving end isn't ready to accept? In
some of the articles, it looks like it blocks, in others
it looks like it ought to return with a WSAEWOULDBLOCK
error. The description of WSAEWOULDBLOCK says "The socket
is marked as non-blocking and the requested operation
So how do I "mark a socket as non-blocking"?
I thought that wa...How to block Zip files
I just noticed that outlook is letting users accept any file as long as it
is in a zip file . I want to now block Zip files. How do I do this?
You can do this by installing the admpack.exe available in the Office
Resource Kit. Other options might be available on your corporate firewall or
Robert Sparnaaij [MVP-Outlook]
Tips of the month:
-Backup and Restore
-Create an Office XP CD slipstreamed with Service Pack 3
"AlanM" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I just noti...Outlook 2002
How can I stop Outlook 2002 from blocking incoming mdb files?
Have them send to you in a compressed format is the best way to go. If this
is not possible you can unblock it as well (still not recommended);
Tips of the month:
-Setting Permissions on a Mailbox
-Create an Office XP CD slipstreamed with Service Pack 3
"Simon" <Simon@Simon.com> wrote in message
> How can I stop Outlook 2002 from b...Blocked Senders
Why is it that my questions are never answered and don't seem to appear here?
I am unable to unblock senders. I have tried from the website and within
Windows Live Mail all to no avail. After a short period of time they always
Please help! Pretty please.
On Thu, 29 Jul 2010 10:05:30 -0700, Bruce3e
>Why is it that my questions are never answered
Yes they are.
>and don't seem to appear here?
Yes, they do.
Perhaps because you're using a crappy web interface?
From: Bruce3e <...Blocking Port 25
I am almost ready to put my Exchange server into production.
Currently, I have a front gateway machine that receives all e-mail via
port 25, does some spam and virus checking, and then forwards to the
mail to my final e-mail server. I am going to keep the front gateway
machine going, but switch out the backend e-mail server. I do not
allow any port 25 traffic to the backend machine, except for local
internal traffic. If any remote users want to send mail through our
server, they connect to backend email server via port 587 and
How can I do the same setup with Excha...how to share blocked sender list
I'm currently using OL 2003 in an Exchange 2003 environment. I recently
lost my inbox and I would like to get one of my colleagues extensive blocked
sender's list that the junk email filter has accumulated. Is there any way
on how to export this list and imported back in another mailbox.
Pellerano & Herrera
On Tue, 17 May 2005 06:19:01 -1000, Elvyn Gutierrez
> I'm currently using OL 2003 in an Exchange 2003 environment. I recently
> lost my inbox and I would like to get one of my colleagues exten...how to block exe from exchange 2003
i would like to know can we block exe as attachment from exchange
awaiting for someone's reply
Without writing some custom code for Exchange, you will have to use a 3rd
party application. Most antivirus software packages will do this.
<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> i would like to know can we block exe as attachment from exchange
> awaitin...ScanMail block extensions
Instead of making a list of extensions to block I'd rather have a list of
only those extensions to allow.
Is there any Anti-Virus that will do this?
you might check our Aloaha (www.aloaha.com). It does NOT have that feature
yet but if you like it I am sure you will convience me to add that feature
To add that feature would take me onlye 1-2 days.
"you know who maybe" <nguser2u@spamnotAOL.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> Instead of making a list of extensions to block I'd rather have a lis...Blocking
I have Outlook 2000 and NEED to send and recieve messages
containing a URL. However it is blocking these as an
unsafe attachment. I don't care if it blocks an exe....
but my accounts program generates and email containing a
URL for online payment.
How can I turn off the URL blocking, help anyone???
...Exchange relay blocked
I have exch2003 server running on 2003 SBS.
We have a SQL server that has to send email reports to the an SBS server
I have allowed relay access to the IP of the SQL server, The subnet,
even allowed anyone - which I turned off later and It still blocks.
I can test by 'telnet exchsrv 25' which won't even give me a banner.
From any other PC on the network I
connect and send email. Just this one server is blocked.
Any ideas where to look??
Thanks in advance,
RHCE, Linux+ and MCP
Does the SQL Server have more than 1 NIC? May be an issue with Multih...block embedded/inline images
Can anyone help me block embedded/inline images from displaying? I know we
can block external images in OL 2003.
If we clear 'show pictures' on internet explorer, we can block embedded
pictures in outlook, however that means I will have no pictures on internet
explorer when i browse internet, the solution Im not looking for.
For Outlook Express there is a registry entry for this, Automatically Inline
IS there a similar registry entry for OUtlook?
Basically, in prior OL 2003 versions is there way to block external images
(URLs) from displaying?
"Henry" wrote:...Report Character Limitations in text block
I am trying to type a contract in 1 text block. I can get about 3/4 of a
page, and I can type no more. I have to create a second text box to continue.
Hope someone can help.
If you are using a memo field then I suggest using a Word or Wordpad document
with hyperlink field.
Build a little, test a little.
"William Lawrence" wrote:
> I am trying to type a contract in 1 text block. I can get about 3/4 of a
> page, and I can type no more. I have to create a second text box to continue.
> Hope someone can help.
>..."BLOCKED::" is not blocked
I have an application that generates an email message that Outlook displays
Imbedded in the html are some references to an application. When a user
gets the message and clicks the link, the application opens and displays the
A sample of the HTML is
<a href="myappl:10000006">View Document ID:10000006</a> <br />
The "problem" is that when a user hovers their mouse over the link, the
tootltip(?) that displays has the contents "BLOCKED::myappl:10000006".
This is mis-leading users to think that they can't ...blocking senders
Does anyone know how to block senders?
...Caching block from multiple domains
Hi! My application spans multiple domains on the server side. I need to cache
some db records into Microsoft Caching block. Is there a way to make it
all domains the application explicitly creating? I know there is a SetData()
method on the AppDomain, but it requires serializable objects - something I
can not guarantee.
So, is there a way to access the Caching block from multiple domains?
Many thanks in advance for your help.
"Mike" <Mike@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message