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Open a .sig file as a graphic

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Hi. Somebody mailed me some files which are supposed to be graphics, and they are called image.sig. I cannot open them in any graphics program, and i tried changing the extention to gif and jpg. They are not valid gif or jpg files.

Any ideas? Thanks!
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Try opening one of them in a text editor.  That may give you a clue.  The only sig files I've ever heard of are signature files; either e-mail ditties or program signature files.
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Hi, i forgot about this question and made them resend the graphics as JPGs  :-)
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PS - no, that doesn't work, it's binary garbage.
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