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I'd suggest sending an email to yourself with a smaller picture attached and trying to download that. If you succeed, there may be problems with the files you are trying to download. You don't say whether you're using a local client or a web client, sometimes files can get attached to an email and they wind up having a size of 0 bytes ( empty ) for whatever reason. You can download them all day and you have nothing. Also, you need to be sure where you have directed the default download location to. It's often not automatically the desktop. If you're using a web client, you could conceivably have a browser/security/ActiveX issue. Try to install Firefox and see if that helps you any. If you have installed a download manager or a virus, that could be fouling you up.
Posted on May 17, 2008
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