My goal is to prevent our email program (Microsoft Outlook 2010) in our small office from displaying attachments in the incoming emails. I understand that some attachments may be harmless (like .jpg or .png) but due to complexity of the subject (i.e. "good" vs "bad" file extensions) for the users on that computer, and also due to multitude of ways how a program or a script can run on a Windows system, I decided to block all attachments in incoming emails.
The issue is that I can't seem to find a way to block all attachments in Outlook?
PS. OK, I can probably live with white-listing certain attachments too. Here's what I mean. Say, if I specify that Outlook can open only ".jpg;.png" attachments, it should do only that. But for ALL other attachments it should simply display a message that "attachment was blocked", and a user should not be able to override this message to open that attachment.