That says that the message is text is making it to the mail program.
When reading in plain text you should see an HTML attachment for HTML
mails, but for plain text messages, you shouldn't see a TXT attachment.
I'm guessing that you've reboot since the problem started. If not, do
that now. That may clear up the problem.
- If you still have a problem then try Start, Run and enter:
- If that doesn't help, then see if the fix in this article applies:
Message Appears Blank and Has an ATT000XX.txt or ATT000XX.htm
- If that doesn't help, then in Internet Explorer, select View,
Encoding and uncheck Auto-Select and choose instead "Western European
(ISO)". Then try reading your messages.
Mike - http://pages.prodigy.net/michael_santovec/techhelp.htm
"Francesco sottile" <arch.f.sottile@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> On 14 Giu, 22:51, "Michael Santovec" <michael_santo...@xxxxxx>
>> A few things to check:
>> If you look at the Message Source (Ctrl-F3) do you see any of the
>> message body?
>> If you click Reply on a message, does the original message show as
>> quoted in the message body?
>> In Tools, Options, Read do you have Read all messages in plain text
>> switch the option (either on or off) and try another message. Can
>> now see the message body?
> great, something has changed!
> 1) message source shows the original message, bingo!
> 2) Reply doesn't, sgrunt...
> 3) when I switched ON for plain text something strange appeared: mail
> is always empty, but there are two attachment (txt and html, for mails
> sent with html mode) or just txt for mails sent in simple text.
> that's very odd, for me!
> could you help me?