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Outlook Attachment Enabler to unblock blocked attachments on Outlook 2010

Outlook Attachment Enabler is a freeware tool for controlling attachments received via Outlook 2010, 2007, 2003 and Office XP.

Microsoft Outlook has built-in system to block unsafe attachments to protect users from viruses and other dangerous codes. But unfortunately Outlook’s built-in system is not that much intelligent and often it also blocks genuine attachment.

There are no easy ways to unblock these blocked attachments. Outlook Attachment Enabler allows you to block and unblock any extension you received with email.

The software is compatible with Microsoft Outlook 2010, 2007, 2003 & Office XP and has the following features.

1. Control what attachments Outlook has deemed to be unsafe, 2. Add to the default list of blocked attachment types. 3. Includes the full and complete list of what Outlook will block by default. Download Outlook Attachment Enabler [Via – Blogsdna]


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