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Topic: Insufficent Data for an image
Conf: (P-PDF) What's Wrong with my PDF?, Msg: 148522
From: Shaju
Date: 4/7/2006 08:47 PM

We are administring two offices. Both receives the same pdf document. OfficeA retreives the mails via pop3 directly in Outlook express and OfficeB via Exchange2000 in Outlook.

OfficeA users can open the same document which OfficeB users are unable to open with error message "Insufficent Data for an Image". I dont know how the pdf files are made, but still surprises me why this happens.

Does exchange makes the pdf files corrupt or there is some other reason behind it. I deinstalled all adobe application and remove evey entry from registry and reinstalled Acrobat reader 7 with no luck.

Would really appreciate if someone could help me with clue so as to where it goes wrond.

Thanks very much in anticipation

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