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karenk1

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I removed the binary code I wanted someone to open for me. I have been told by several people it is a virus, ....including my service provider. Thanks for all your responses. Karen

Edited by karenk1, 17 May 2004 - 08:26 PM.

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Welcome karenk1 <_<

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This is simply a compressed "zip" file. Files are "zipped" to make them smaller and easier to send.

Try to open it with an unzipping program--like WinZip:
http://www.winzip.com/
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Yes, I tried Winzip. The problem is, I just get a copy of the email openedup with the binary code in the email. I cannot get it to open up like most of my attachments do when I send them. .....If one of you could copy, paste it into one of your programs and open it, ....and let me know about it, that would be great.

Thanks 'email removed'

Edited by admin, 17 May 2004 - 09:07 PM.

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