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How to recover the data from a multipart/appledouble file in gmail?

Posted on 2008-06-10
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Dear Experts:

    I forward an email with a .doc attachment from another email account to my gmail account. However, when I check the email in gmail account I only get an email with a file called "noname" and I couldn't open and get the data back. I tried to forward the email again and found it is a multipart/appledouble file, but still don't know how to open it. Can you give me suggestion how to get the data back?
    Thank you!
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Dear Experts:

    The issue is resolved by this link:
http://www.jquery.info/noname/
    Thank you!
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