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Subject:Re: Decoding of MIME enclosures From:Peter Kent <76711 -dot- 2557 -at- COMPUSERVE -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 27 Feb 1996 11:05:06 EST
>>Peter Ring said:
I know, it is probably a silly question - and that I am probably (but
only probably) the only person on the list, who don't know what to
do with it - but please tell me: how can I decode it?<<
Peter, I use a small DOS program called MUNPACK. Works very well. Simply save
the message as a text file (1.txt, for instance), then go to the dos prompt and
run this command: munpack 1.txt
You can find munpack at many Internet sites (actually you'll probably find it
listed as mpack: this includes both mpack and munpack). Try http://vsl.cnet.com/. (I used the Quick Search to search for mpack and found it