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Outlook Express strips away attchments

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I'm having a problem with OE 5.0.6 (OS9).

The attachments I send are stripped from message (8 times out of 10) but when I FORWARD the same message form the SENT MAIL folder, it arrives with the attachment!

Any clue? It's really annoying.....

I tried to use EUDORA and the problem does not happen, however I would like to stay with OE.

I appreciate any help. Thanks. L
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