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Navigate to Start,(Assuming you are using Windows 7) then search for Windows Scanner and Camera, and from there the steps should be fairly simple, it will scan the document for you and save it to your Documents probably under My Scans or something of that sort, from there open your email client.. so Hotmail, Gmail etc.. and go to compose or New email and then there should be an attach button from there navigate to the scan folder in Documents and attach the document. Sorry im using a Mac so Im remembering this all from memory hope this helps.
If your .eso email attachment accompinied a word document attachment there is no need to open it. It is simply an encoded file to allow you to view the word document you received in your email. Hope this helps.
this is a setting from the browser ...go to tools internet options( explorer) or options from tools for mozila and add to exceptions ..or lift the interdiction ... in what regards the attachments into the mails its a blocking from the anti-virus...go to the anti-virus settings and lift the scanning for attachments or at least make 'it more permissible >>
Here's some info: E-mail message saved by Microsoft Outlook or other e-mail program; may also contain an e-mail attachment, or file sent with the message. Note: If EML files will not open in Outlook Express, try the following:
Open My Computer.
Select Folder Options from the Tools menu.
Click the File Types tab.
Under Registered file types, select EML Outlook Express Mail Message, then click Advanced.
Click Open, then click Edit.
Type the following line in the "Application used to perform action" box: "C:\Program Files\Outlook Express\MSIMN.EXE" /eml:%1
Click OK twice, then close the window.
EML files may also be opened in Internet Explorer since they are formatted the same as .MHT files; changing the file extension from ".eml" to ".mht" should cause the file to open directly in Internet Explorer.
Hope this helps.