I have found Exchange 2003 across many Outlook clients seems to function better if you also include at least this version of CDO on the Exchange server:
Or you can utilize the CDO update provided in Exchange 2003 SP1.
Finally, Outlook 97 doesn't contain mechanisms to block attachments -- the same way Outlook 2000 SP2 and above does. So, if you need to utilize the Outlook security template (client security features), those donn't exist in Outlook 97.
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