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This message contains a file prepared for transmission using the
MIME BASE64 transfer encoding scheme. If you are using Pegasus
Mail or another MIME-compliant system, you should be able to extract
it from within your mailer. If you cannot, please ask your system
administrator for help.
Well, my mailer was MIME-compliant until this message!
Ok, I don't know if your mail reader correctly show the attachment in the
original message, but for those who may be interested in, here are some obvious
steps to decode (safest way - Un*x, no windows):
o Save the message (e.g. in file "foobar.bo")
o Modify the file: remove all the lines before the beginning of the encoded
message, and insert the following as the first line:
begin 644 flyer.doc
and remove all the lines in the bottom of the file, from the line:
and add the following as the last line
o Save the just modified file (e.g. in file "foobar.uu")
o DECODE: run
You should obtain the file "flyer.doc" ready for MsWord or StarOffice.
Looks interesting this book :)
-- Strange game. The only winning move is not to play. What about a nice play of chess ? -- Marco Mililotti
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