After installing the production release of Vista Ultimate and having Windows
Mail upgrade my XP/Outlook Express I get a weird thing happening which is
I either create a new email or reply to an existing one.
I type in my subject line, email message body, etc.
I EITHER click the attach file icon (paper clip) or I choose Insert -> File
Attachment from the menu.
It opens the windows dialog box for me to select a file. I select a Word
file that I authored and is in my Documents directory. I click the Open
button and the email now shows the file listed in the header above my message
as a File Attachment.
I click send and I get a dialog box telling me the attachment cannot be found!
I can either click OK to send without the attachment or cancel. I clicked
OK to see if it really sent or not and it did NOT send the attachment (but
did send the email). If I click cancel it of course doesn't do anything.
I thought maybe it was a difference in outgoing mail in either TXT or HTML
format, but nope, that didn't make any difference. I thought it was maybe
only if I responded to someone elses's email, but nope it happens on new
The weird thing is that it SOMETIMES will send the email with the attachment
and not bark at me at all. There is no rhyme or reason that I can do or
anything I am doing differently that I can see when sending. Any ideas???