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Zip file is "unable to unarchive" on Mac

Posted on 2012-03-13
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Hi,

I have a client I sent a Zip file to that i zipped up using WinZip.

I have Windows, they have a Mac.

They got this error when they tried to unzip it: unable to unarchive

Any ideas?
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It may have been corrupted in transit. Try re-sending.
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The file could have a password protection. Try to use 3-rd party unarchiver to expand it.
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