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How can I save an imbedded e-mail's CID image source as an animated gif (not the defailt BMP)?

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My question expands on a previous question that was asked: "Can't figure out where a CID image source comes from".

In that question, the e-mail source code <IMG alt="" hspace=0 src="cid:288024921@30112003-36ae" align=baseline border=0> pointed to an embedded file and the accepted answer for saving it was to right click in Outlook and select save as BMP file.  But that doesn't work for animated gif files.  Any ideas?
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