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How do you read enclosures on email?

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I have a performa 6200 with a MIE3.0 and when I receive a message in my email box that has an enclosure with it I click on the paper clip and it shows Mpack,so I click on that and a warning comes up saying there is no application for Mpack. What am I missing or how doI install an application that will read this Mpack?
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by:paulvaneykelen
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Please visit

http://macweek.zdnet.com/mw_1038/rev_mpack.html

for all your answers
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by:howlil
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I think he is talking about something other than my problem,mine has to dpo with e-mail messages and he is referring me to some kind of pictures.
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i think paul is right...mpack is a type of picture format and that picture has been attached to your email. to view the picture you need the right viewer.
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by:yaelie
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doesnt mpack decode MIME msgs?
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