When you include a link to a filename with spaces in an e-mail message, Microsoft Office Outlook truncates the link at the first space. If the first space is in the network path or location of the file, the link is truncated at that point.
For instance, if you type
\\UNCPath\My File WithSpace.doc into the body of the message, Outlook converts only the first part of the text to a link, as in the following example:
This is not a valid link to the file.
How can we go around this?