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    Default Removing attachmets in replies

    Is there a way to remove attached files when replying and still keep the file attached to the original message?

    i have a user that just received a pretty large attachment and doesnt want to keep sending it back and forth.

    i appreciate all the help. as a new poster, is this the correct forum to be posting these questions in?

    Thanks!

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    No worries. You're fine.


    Is there a way to remove attached files when replying and still keep the file attached to the original message?
    I don't quite understand that question

    When you're replying to a message with an attachment, the attachment is displayed next to a check box in the reply. Checking it will send it again, and unchecking it will not send it again.

    Hope that helps


    joohn

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    awesome John, that is exactly the type of answer i was looking for.

    sorry we're a bunch of noobs we just assumed that the file was still attached since it was there. i checked the box and looked for a "remove" button... and all we had to do was nothing.

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    I thought the same as wcmathews. I was pulling my hair out looking for a way to remove the attachment.

    It's very confusing having that there.

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