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Cannot create an associated folder

The e-mail received had:C:Documents and Settings\Bill\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Control.IE5|41CUOFZM
There does not appear to be a file named FZM or 41 CUO or 41CUO or 41CUOFZM Windows can't find it. Perhaps I'm looking for the wrong thing? What do I need to do to open tis file?

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If the email had that file attached to it properly and it was not corrupt in the file upload and download you should be able to save the file to your hardrive then open it. So look at the email if the file was attached make it download now and save it to a folder that you can remember like you desktop or my documents. After it is saved there then try to open it.

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