Enable Blocked Attachments on Outlook 2010 with Outlook Attachment Enabler

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Microsoft Outlook has built-in feature to block attachments of unsafe extensions to protect users from malicious code and viruses. Unfortunately this blocking of attachment is not smart enough and often it also blocks genuine attachment with emails.

Also there is no easy way to unblock those extension and you have to mess with registry to do so. Here is an excellent tool Outlook Attachment Enabler to block and unblock extensions on Microsoft Outlook 2010, 2007, 2003 & Office Xp.

Features of Outlook Attachment Enabler

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

Outlook Attachment Enabler for Outlook 2010

Outlook Attachment Enabler

Download Outlook Attachment Enabler for Microsoft office 2010 Outlook.

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3 thoughts on “Enable Blocked Attachments on Outlook 2010 with Outlook Attachment Enabler”

  1. It is sad, that even for simple things you have to install an external tool, because Microsoft wasn’t able to leave the choice up to you to say which attachments are “good” and which aren’t. This restricted freedom was one reason why I chose an external search tool, who leave it up to me, which folders I want to search, which people I want to search, which attachments I want to search (and open of course) and so on…

  2. Oh by the way, I tend to forget to complete my texts :), the search tool I chose was lookeen (www.lookeen.net)

  3. Thank you very much for creating this tool. It really is frustrating MS did not provide a way to do this. As if no one would ever want to email files of these types. ever.

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