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Unread 16-08-2007, 09:01 AM   #1
Yobbo
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Embedded image moved to file problem

Hi All

Somebody has sent me an email with embedded/attached images in it, but all
of the images appear to be small 2KB snapshots of the original pic icons
rather than the actual pics.

For example, if I double-click one of these jpgs I get the standard windows
jpg icon with the original filename underneath. As if they have done a
print screen on the original icons, cut them out and emailed these to me.
Thing is they didn't! They just attached the pics to an email and sent it.

Only points to note are:

a) there is an incredimail smiley gif pic (which has come through OK) so I'm
assuming they used this.

b) All of the attached pics have the lines:

(Embedded image moved to file: pic05705.jpg)(Embedded image moved to file:
pic28145.jpg)(Embedded image moved to file: pic23281.jpg)(Embedded image
moved to file: pic16827.jpg)(Embedded image moved to file: pic09961.jpg)
(Embedded image moved to file: pic00491.jpg).... etc.....

Like I said before, if you double-click on these picxxxxx.jpg files all you
get is a pic of the original icon and filename not the pic.

Any ideas?

Thanks


 
 

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