OWA 2003 attachment message

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Hi, I'm running Exchange 2003 (SP2). Clients are using OWA 2003 with Windows XP SP2. When they open emails, there is this attachment message ""attachments can contain viruses that may harm your computer. attachments may not display correctly". This is annoying sometimes and want to get rid of this message but not sure where is the option. Please help me in this regard. Thanks

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As a hint, in Outlook Express if you goto tools…>options and click on Security, there is a check box labeled “Do not allow attachments to be saved or opened that could contain a virus” and if it is checked, users can’t save attachments nor download them. I’m assuming that they threw that option someplace in OWA. This is fixable on the client side only and has nothing to do with the server. Hopefully this gives you some advice as to where to look.

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