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>> But, from what I understand, knowledge of how to remove the .DAT file
>>from messages is so arcane as to be known only by a few Tibetan monks, for
>>none of the WinMail users I have corresponded with have said they've been
>>able to figure out how to do it. :(
>Gee, I've been studying Tibetan Buddhism for almost 20 years now, and
>somehow I missed this Secret Knowledge . . .
You need to talk to the guys who did the Lotus Notes commercial. I think they know. :)