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crohan

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I am running Windows95,Internet Explorer 5.5.I cannot open any
Outlook Express E-Mail attachments from anyone with a "msn.com" e-mail address.I can read the body(first page) of
their transmittal but when I click on to open the attachment I get
the message "The path C:\Temporary Internet File(e-mail subject)
does not exist or is not a directory"I have tried opening the
attachment by "saving it to a disc".with no success.All other e-mail
attchments from all other ISP's except "msn.com" can be opened readily
 

crohan

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My thread under Win95/98 was posted as "moved "but no word where??????
 

crohan

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Did find new location-thanks so much.With luck I'll get some feedback.If not this is still a great web site:)
 
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I guess the first question is, does this happen with only one MSN user?
 
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You can still click on the tread and it will open for ya in what ever forum it was moved to.
 

crohan

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Doyce
The problem opening e-mail attachments is with all my msn.com friends
 
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