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Off Topic Re: Nice pics!

  • Subject: [IGSROBIN] Off Topic Re: Nice pics!
  • From: Gunnar Dath <golath@OTENET.GR>
  • Date: Thu, 17 May 2001 20:49:17 +0300
  • Importance: Normal

Hi Gunnar,

I'm presenly at an internet access that doesn't allow me to post to the
IGSROBIN list, so I respond privately, but you can forward the message to
the list if you want.
I received your pictures at the end of your message as a Base64 encoded
text; I put here a sample of the first few lines:

Content-Type: IMAGE/JPEG; name=Pellis1.jpg; name="Pellis1.jpg"
Content-Transfer-Encoding: BASE64
Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Pellis1.jpg"


and thousand of such lines follows...

Since I'm on a Mac, I can't say for a MS Windows owner. I'm using Eudora
and I just drag the message on the Stuffit Expander 6.0 icon, and it
creates a folder with both your pictures inside; then it's easy to open
them with any picture browser.
Stuffit Expander is capable of extracting the relevant lines only from the
whole message to make the pictures readable.

You can download SE free at:

Hope this helps.

Switching on topic, I could say that my favorite pelargoniums are the
succulent forms, particularly P. tetragonum, but I love also zonale or
ivy-leafed cultivars with magenta or deep purple colors, and also fragrant
species, and also lot of others...



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