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Unable to download .eml files in IE

Hi, I have a page in which i have a link to view an email attachment. The email attachment file has the extension as ".eml". However, when i click on the attachment, the url is opened in a new IE window with "mhtml:" appended to the beginning of the URL. And hence the email attachment does not open correctly. This problem is shown only in certain systems. When the link opens in a new window the URL become something like this: mhtml:http://59.145.137.105/tasks/uploadedfiles/8_10_2007/List%20Galaxy%20Article.eml

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    how to download from email to open at a new PC with Office Word 2003

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Save file in different format then open it

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  • Anonymous Oct 09, 2007

    if it does not work then send it on my id i want to check this and forward it again
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However, Yahoo! handles emails with HTML attachments in a different way to email messages formatted with HTML.

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When sending a Yahoo! Mail with an attachment, always explain the content of the attachment in the main body of the email message.
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If you want to share a favorite Web page with a friend or contact, include a hyperlink to the Web page rather than a saved copy as an HTML attachment.




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