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and yes I know w7 is unsupported. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
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I think you need to save the attachment as a separate file and use unzip to extract everything.
I think my file manager in W7 can actually unzip files on its own
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I prefer 7zip
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Save to downloads or anywhere then right click "extract here"
Correct. W7 has native support of compressed files.
But think of an attachment as something in a bag within the email file. must save it first outside that bag in order to be able to handle it properly.
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Another vote for 7zip
Can be had from ninite.com
The Enemy's gate is down.
Save it to your local drive and then just double click it and it'll open. W7 has a native unzipper.
I'm gonna vote for the funniest frog with the loudest croak on the highest log.
Be careful the file is not a virus that is zipped to hide it's identity and payload. Once you get the file saved to a location, move it to a separate machine with anti-virus software and run it there.
This was SOP when I worked for Ontrack Data.
Can't be to careful.
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