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Hi,

I received a file which sending through Tumbleweed Posta software, with the file extention ".sit".  Anybody can help, how to open it!!!

regards.

laysee
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I haven't seen that extension for a few years - it's to do with an archive format called Stuffit see http://www.aladdinsys.com/expander/
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