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    Outlook blocked access to the following potentially unsafe attachments:******.mdb.

    Hello,

    Can anbody tell me how to stop the above message happening in Outlook 2003 when receiving attachments?

    Many Thanks,
    Ollie.

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    · Open REGEDIT on the computer affected (you must have local admin rights)
    · Browse to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\10.0\O utlook\Security
    (Note that 10.0 should be replaced with your latest version – e.g. Office 2010 = 14.0)
    · In the right hand side of the screen, right-click and choose New > String
    · Call the new string “Level1Remove”
    · Double click on the new string and add “.MDB;.VBS”
    (Note you don’t need to add .VBS, but this shows that you must add a ; before new extensions)
    · Close down REGEDIT
    · Restart Outlook and browse to the email which previously had the blocked attachments.



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