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converting .mim image

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I have downloaded a graphic that was taken with digital camera.  It is .mim type file.  Since I am with AOL I am unable to view the image. Please tell me how I would convert
from .mim to the proper file and is there free software that may be available?
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mim is a file format.  Get WinZip ttp://www.winzip.com and it will convert the file into a graphic format.

mim is a UUENcoded Document.
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