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Re: mime

From: JErnst209@aol.com

In a message dated 01/13/2000 3:06:45 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
Cathycampi@aol.com writes:

<< From: Cathycampi@aol.com
  For our fellow AOL'ers and others who want to decode "mime" files :
 look under FREE software for the decode shell extension. After installation 
 it will allow you to right click on .mim files to decode.
 Remeber, just say "yes to all"
 free, what mikie really likes best! >>

Long the same lines, you can go to CNET.com, search for WINZIP.exe, download 
it and use this.  In most cases, your computer already has this program 
installed on it.

Karen Ernst

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