MIME encoded emails.

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  1. Buick Muscle

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    My Yahoo inbox where I generally receive all my flak email got a MIME encoded email from a trusted source.

    However, yahoo cannot decipher the MIME format.

    Is there something I can do about this?
     
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    whats the mime-type?
     
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    Hmmm, didn't quite work. I downloaded Thunderbird and Imported the mail over from my Outlook account, but I still get text when Thunderbird tries to read it in HTML format. This is what I pulled when examining it,

    Content-Transfer-Encoding: base64

    Mime-Version: 1.0


    /9j/4ThFRXhpZgAASUkqAAgAAAAMAA4BAgAgAAAAngAAAA8BAgAWAAAAvgAA
    ABABAgARAAAA1gAAABIBAwABAAAAAQAAABoBBQABAAAA7gAAABsBBQABAAAA
    9gAAACgBAwABAAAAAgAAADEBAgAMAAAA/gAAADIBAgAUAAAAHgEAABMCAwAB
    AAAAAgAAAGmHBAABAAAA5AMAAKXEBwCyAgAAMgEAAFQGAABPTFlNUFVTIERJ
    R0lUQUwgQ0FNRVJBICAgICAgICAgAE9MWU1QVVMgSU1BR0lORyBDT1JQLgAA
    AFg1NTAsRDU0NVosQzQ4MFoAAAAAAAAAAEgAAAABAAAASAAAAAEAAABWZXJz
    aW9uIDEuMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADIwMDc6MDQ6MDcgMDA6MzM6
    MzUAUHJpbnRJTQAwMzAwAAAlAAEAFAAUAAIAAQAAAAMA7gAAAAcAAAAAAAgA
    AAAAAAkAAAAAAAoAAAAAAAsANgEAAAwAAAAAAA0AAAAAAA4ATgEAABAAXgEA
    ACAAUgIAAAABAwAAAAEB/wAAAAIBgwAAAAMBgwAAAAQBgwAAAAUBgwAAAAYB
    gwAAAAcBgICAABABgQAAAAACAAAAAAcCAAAAAAgCAAAAAAkCAAAAAAoCAAAA......

    etc etc...
     
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  7. Buick Muscle

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    Thanks, I tried to google it but I didn't find something and cut/dry as that.

    Thanks.
     

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