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Thread: How do I stop the zm9 conversion on attachments?!

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    whatwhat Guest

    Default How do I stop the zm9 conversion on attachments?!

    Why does ZAP do this?? How do I stop it? There are no settings anywhere that I can see!

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    Default Re: How do I stop the zm9 conversion on attachments?!

    Hi!
    go to ZA E-mail protection --> TURN OFF inbound protection or
    go to ZA E-mail protection --> Attachments tab --> Set to 'allow' (right click of the mouse on quarantine column) the ones you don't want to have the extension changed

    Note that you can simply double click on Zm9 files to open them!
    ZA will warn you and the you will be able to open them...

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    whatwhat Guest

    Default Re: How do I stop the zm9 conversion on attachments?!

    Ah okay. But I don't want to disable my inbound protection. But the allow list is where it changes the extension? Interesting... Thanks.

    I knew they can open but the extra clicks as compared to zip or rar were killing me!

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    Default Re: How do I stop the zm9 conversion on attachments?!

    You're welcome!

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    revsorg Guest

    Default Re: How do I stop the zm9 conversion on attachments?!

    The thing that made this process a little unintuitive for me was that the zm9 file has no icon when I see it as an attachment in Outlook, so there didn't seem to be any point in trying to open it by double clicking it.

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