mercredi 12 janvier 2011 17:59
Good morning - For some odd reason and it's very sporadic....some files when downloaded and opened come up with this error when access them from the website. If they send them in another e-mail that does not hit the file size rule it opens fine. In the same e-mail there could be 2 PDF files and one opens fine and the other doesn't. Any insite would be great.
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mercredi 12 janvier 2011 23:29Modérateur
Could you provide a little more info:
Are you downloading a file from quarantine, or an encrypted message?
Does this only happen to PDF files?
If you look in the Trace tool in Admin Center, what does the disposition of the message show?
Kemper - MSFT
mercredi 16 février 2011 21:19
Sorry I never even saw this update. Looks like when I open or download the file I get the error from Adobe Reader:
"There was a error opening this document. The file is damaged and could not be repaired"
Word documents are fine in the same e-mails....only seen this with PDF files.
vendredi 18 février 2011 22:34Ok so I had the situation again. I was not able to open it from the quaratine but when I click Move to inbox I was able to open the PDF files through outlook. Any suggestion would be appreciated.
vendredi 18 février 2011 22:48I tried different version of IE, Adobe Reader....hell I even tried Mozilla to see if it was associated with the browser. At this point I need to look at the setting for Forefront Online Protection for Exchange since it can't be client side. At least I think it's not. Hope someone else has seen this before.
vendredi 18 février 2011 23:16Modérateur
Could you open a ticket on this. We'll probably want to take a closer look at the issue to see if it's something with those attachments.
The following article talks about ways you can open support incidents:
Kemper - MSFT
- Marqué comme réponse Kemper - MSFTMicrosoft Employee, Moderator vendredi 18 mars 2011 00:09
vendredi 18 février 2011 23:29
Ok checked whatever settings I could find in Forefront Online. No filters are setup. I can't believe this is the first time this problem has popped up.