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Opening files when I open a file saved in the hard disk i can´t change the content or the destination. I have other computer and when I open a mail file i can do it. What can i Do? Thanks from Argentina, Valentin

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  • vdominguez Feb 11, 2008

    The read-only option is off. I want to open an e-mail file (.eml) and modify the content of the message or send it with the destination mail. In other computer I open the same file and a I can modify the content. Now, the only way I Do this in my computer, is resendind the message. Thanks!

  • ktish Feb 14, 2008

    i need to get full data

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You have not mentioned the email application you are using but most have a "reply" function which allows you to change virtually anything. Long ago their were email programs that locked the email. Your options at this point are to reinstall the application if its a resident application or use an on line email client. I use breakthru.com which is simple, uncluttered and providing you do not explore "free" crap (all of which are hoaxes) has a reasonable set of spam filters. Hope this helps....but if the identical application works on another computer it is highly probable your install was bad. Tango.

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Right click on the file. Select properties. Uncheck read only. Try to edit it. This is all the info I can give you unless you give me more. What specifically are you trying to do....give me an example...plus what error messages (if any) are you getting. Via con Dios....Senor Tango.

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