This option is actually within the Chrome settings.
Click the options button (3 lines)
Click Advanced Settings
Scroll to the section called Downloads
You can change the location here by ticking the box.
In Windows Explorer right-click any .log file and select "Open With..." -> Choose Default Program. Select Windows Notepad there (not Notepad++) and make sure that you have the "default" check set. Restart Outlook. Not it has to show you .log files.
If not, check HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.log registry key's (Default) value. It has to be "txtfile" (without ...
This is already implemented without addon:
just right-click on the attachment and choose "detach".
This will detach the attachment and keep the mail where it is.
There will be this message:
The following attachments have been successfully saved and will now be
permanently deleted from this message: file.test
This action cannot be undone. Do you ...
Close outlook → Start Regedit
Navigate to \HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\PreviewHandlers
Make sure to back up the contents of course
Delete the key for Microsoft Word previewer
Restart outlook → preview a Word doc & you should now get a
message “ You should only preview files from a trustworthy source
Odd... I checked the email address with DNS Stuff's Mail Service Test Center tool and it showed the server was valid and accepted connections on port 25. I had no issue using the telnet command in your question, it appears the maximum email size is ~20MB:
~$ telnet mail.dgfip.finances.gouv.fr 25
Connected to mail.dgfip.finances....
Please follow the instructions listed below and check if it resolves the issue:
Select your mailbox, tap on the Outlook Search bar
The search ribbon opens up
Click on attachments --> greater than 10 MB
This will open up a search bar. In that change the size from 10000 to 30000 (depending on your attachment size)
In the search ribbon change the selection to ...
It appears that the Chrome settings allow you to open an "Advanced" mode settings page. There, there is a section for handling downloads and where you can check the box telling it to ask the user before every download.
– are MIME Encoded-Words. The general form is:
You're correct that the charset is GBK, but you must first interpret the transport encoding, which is either B for Base64 or Q for Quoted-Printable. Thus:
Menu -> View -> Message Body as -> Plain Text
furthermore, you have to change some values in about config, see this articele in the german TB forum
you need to disable the default setting for "the holding of messages", otherwise TB always downloads the entire mail for offline reading. An attachment is indeed a direct component of the ...
The size of the uuencoded file will be about 35% bigger than the original file.
Uuencode files look like this:
begin 600 filename
That is 7 bytes for begin, three for the permissions, two for the separating spaces.
X bytes for the filename (depending on the name)
Then the actual encoded ...
Here is a fix that doesn't require the sender to change anything. Note that this requires changing registry keys, so always be careful in there.
Browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Adobe\\\FeatureLockDown\cDefaultLaunchAttachmentPermsReplacing and as appropriate e.g. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat\8.0\...
Short answer, Folders don't actually exist the way files do.
A directory/folder is a metadata abstraction created by the filesystem, and while their names exist as metadata, and their contents are linked to their names, that data can't stand on its own outside of the filesystem on which they were established. Every filesystem and OS handle them differantly, ...
Searching the internet for this specific error message gives me this result: https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/kb/error-adobe-acrobat-DC-cannot-open-the-file-attachment-settings-do-not-allow-this-file-type-to-be-opened-after-august-release.html
Which tells us that this is by design:
This is a designed behavior because the following office macro-enabled
This is only a partial answer, but it turns out that if I insert a file as a printout, then I can search the contents. It's a little more cumbersome than I would like, but it's the next best thing to someone telling me how to get OneNote or Windows to index within attachments.
Basically I just drag and drop the file of interest into a note, and then choose ...
Here are some more options with this.
Sue Mosher's site http://slipstick.com is a fantastic resource for Outlook. She is also a Microsoft MVP as well.
For you coders out there: Save Attachments to the hard drive and alternatively Save and Open an Attachment using VBA.
The following code works in Outlook 2000 and up. It saves the attachments from ...
This will also happen if you have i.e. UTF8 characters in your file and you have set your locale to something other than UTF8 . nail will suspect that your file has unknown control characters and convert it to an application/octet-stream attachment.
Any mail client will then list thls attachment, not knowing what to do with it. So (sadly?) it's not MS' ...
You can tag (t) messages with attachments then send messages through a pipe (;|) program to extract attachments.
I suggest you to set the following config in your .muttrc
set pipe_split = yes # sends tagged messages 1by1 otherwise they're concatenated with $pipe_sep
unset pipe_decode # don't strip headers and eval mimes when piping
I wrote a really raw ...
I just experienced this issue a few days ago. I tried adding an attachment to a reply message, but nothing appeared to happen after I selected the file. When I looked at the original message later, I noticed the file I tried to attach in the reply showed up twice in the attachments list. At the same time, I was having an issue where I could not move ...
I have found a simpler solution, which only requires the recipient/user to change the extension of the attachment!!!
When you create the pdf you wish to attach your zip to, simply rename your file.zip to file.txt or even file.mp3 and attach it!
Then you get to save/open the file! Save it to disk, and rename it to file.zip. Better leave this instruction in ...
I've seen similar fake invoices myself - again, on inspection in an isolated VM - the macros try to execute a remote .exe or .bat file. They may or may not auto-run - its dependant on your macro security settings within word/excel/etc...
You will find that your antivirus will block the .exe (hyopefully) when it is called or loaded, but the invoice itself ...
This Settings\Advanced Settings\Downloads\DownloadsLocation option appears to work for every attached file except a PDF (at least on the Mac version of Chrome that I use). When an attachment is a PDF, no pop-up window asking where to save appears as it does for Word, Excel & various image files....it just automatically downloads.
To save a PDF without ...
What are the current risk of mails with .eml attachments ?
Risks described in this post are still the risks with mails with .eml attachments because of old IFrame exploits, MIME exploits and viruses like Nimda
In some email clients, such as Microsoft Outlook, .eml files can
trigger active scripting that can be used to launch virus activity.
You can access all messages via IMAP (e.g. using Thunderbird or Windows Mail), with no antivirus checks or other kinds of filtering.
Also try one of the following, in case they might have forgotten to add the same antivirus checks:
Gmail's HTML-only version
Gmail's old mobile version
Nothing wrong here. Attachments are encoded in Base64. With headers etc. this adds about 33-37% to the original file size.
When you create a message you see original sizes of attachments; but global size limit later applies to the whole message, encoded attachment(s) included.
This limit you see comes from your e-mail server. Compare How can I send a large ...
As others have say you may need to zip and password the file so google won't automatically decrypted and scan it.
You can upload your file to google drive.
Then open and email.
Click the google drive icon and attach it to the email that way.