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When I save a file attachment in outlook is there any checking done to see if the file was saved correctly.

I receive files that are coded for burning eproms.  When I save them I need to know if they are exactly like the one I received in the email.
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Why dont you compare the file size after saving the attachment and check with the sender .

you should also be able to open the file and check the functionality to be sure if that is correct file and being saved correctly
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