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I have been sending my boss my weekly timesheets by email for quite a while
i have recently started to use os x ,since i started he tells me that when i send an attachment ,he recieves 2 attachments
one is the word documet that i ment to send and the other one opens all gobbley gook.
For months i thought it was his p.c.
untill tonight ,in some mad fit of sillyness i emailed one of my other email adresses,
only to find that its true .what is an application/applefile and if possible how do i get shot of it .

this is how the info appeared on recieving the email
0.50 KB

46.53 KB

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