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I am hving a problem opening attachments( pictures), I get a message from Picture Manager saying "Path not valid".

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  • Michael Peters
    Michael Peters Jul 13, 2009

    Hello Tom, yes, sorry, E-Mail. Thanks for your response,
    M.

  • Michael Peters
    Michael Peters Jul 15, 2009

    Hello Tom,
    Yes it is on E-Mail, I am sorry, I should have said, I did answer you on the "More" link. Thank you for your response.
    Regards M.

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Is this E-mail or something else?

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