In Microsoft Office Outlook Web Access, the message does not have a paperclip icon to indicate that there an inline attachment in the message. However, when you open the message, you can download and view the attachment in Outlook Web Access.
Typically, the malformed MIME content has the following issues:
- The declaration of the MIME definition for the inline attachment is at the end of the message, after the message body.
- The message body uses a reference to the inline attachment definition before the definition is declared.
- The e-mail message does not follow the RFC2387 "The MIME Multipart/Related Content-type" recommendations for how to handle and define inline attachments as described in the following document:
Note Even when you use this workaround, there is no paperclip icon to indicate that an attachment exists within the message.