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error 2011 Requires Active X

by tkmorin / September 10, 2005 7:23 AM PDT

I hope someone can help me on this one. Every time I send an e-mail to someone, the receiver gets the message:

Error 2011
This page width unit it Requires control ActiveX to be shown in their entirety. Press to accept.

If you do not accept, the message keeps coming back. If you accept, the message comes back with Norton saying it put something in quarantine.

What must I do to ensure I send e-mails to people without the receiver getting this error message?

Please, anyone, help me!!!!


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Quit using 'stationary' that...
by Edward ODaniel / September 10, 2005 7:57 AM PDT

you have downloaded and quit sending potential malware.

The message is triggered by their email client's settings and your having sent a message that carries an activex component.

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wow ...
by tkmorin / September 10, 2005 9:18 AM PDT

I don't know what to say except Thank You Edward! I unchecked Stationary and now everything is working great again. I so thank you!!


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Good to hear that...
by Edward ODaniel / September 12, 2005 9:17 AM PDT
In reply to: wow ...

now you could look at the stationary file and see what it was trying to do. All stationary will not do that but some does.

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