Site Unseen

Know The Code

Translating those mysterious e-mail attachments

Do you receive e-mail attachments that you can't open or which reveal only techy gibberish? You need Fastcode32, free software that allows drag-and-drop decoding for the weird files that sometimes accompany e-mail (Mime, UU, XX and BinHex, in wonk speak). Drag an encoded file to Fastcode32 and, shazaam, its visible, readable innards appear on screen. It's a tiny download (54K) but it can save you from big aggravation. Find it at

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This article was originally published in the September 1999 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: Site Unseen.

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