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Outlook Security Configurator: Simple way to enable or disable attachments in Outlook

Microsoft Outlook has a built-in system to block unsafe attachments to protect users from viruses and other dangerous codes. Generally it blocks files that have an extension like EXE, COM, BAT, REG, VB Script, etc.

But, in certain situations you may need to download such files. For example, if one of your friends has sent such a file that both of you’re working on, how you can download it.

Few months back I have posted an article about Outlook attachment enabler, here is a utility called Outlook Security Configurator that lets you setting up how Microsoft Outlook block (or not) e-mail attachments.

The application is quite simple to use. Just run Outlook Security Configurator , then choose a file extension you wish to allow and add them to the allow filter. Then click on Apply to done.

Interested users can download Outlook Security Configurator free at developer’s page.


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