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Byline: James Coates
Q. I received an e-mail that contained various pictures and images embedded into the e-mail, not as an attachment. I tried to copy the e-mail from the inbox folder to a disk, without luck. The text copied, but not the images.
All I saw was various empty boxes where the different images had been in. I looked in the attachments folder and Eudora itself (my e-mail program), and couldn't find any files with image extensions (.jpg, .gif, etc). Where are they hiding?
_Victor Abrams @smatrix.net
A. Your fix is easy, Mr. A., but my displeasure with the software writers who created this situation is substantial. Here's the fix: Hold the cursor arrow over the image in that e-mail document and give a right-click. This pops up a box that will let you save an extremely low-resolution version of the image wherever you please.
But the image will be of pathetic quality, …