Iphone - outlook - mail - cannot open attachments


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Recently got work email added to my iphone.  Its coming from an Outlook server, I am using the Mail app since my personal email will come through my Gmail app.  I am having odd issues with attachments.  Just tried opening a Powerpoint.. opened fine... 2 minutes later "mail cannot open attachment"..  I get that message on all my other emails .. excel, word, etc files.

 

phone has 5.5 gb left

 

Thank you!

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