Windows 10: Outlook blocking unsafe attachments - .DOC, .PDF, etc


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    Windows 10 Pro x64
       30 Jun 2017 #1

    Outlook blocking unsafe attachments - .DOC, .PDF, etc


    Hi,
    I'm running Outlook 2010 in an Exchange 2010 environment. We are having an issue with Outlook blocking attachments. It is NOT blocking them based on extension. I have found many articles about unblocking attachments by extension but this does not seem to be what is happening. Does Outlook block attachments based off of some other criteria? I cannot determine what is causing Outlook to block .DOC and .PDF files, and I need to know how to bypass this feature. Any help is appreciated.
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