Thanks for the suggestion. The proper extension
seems to be .ldif but it's there and it doesn't
seem to matter. When I try to import, the PC
also adds .URL and says it is wrong.
Thanks Anyway, Woody
> You probably need to put the extension on the file before you send it.
> I don't know what they netscape file extension would be, but that is probably
> it. For example, the extension on a word document is .doc. Have you tried
> opening the file in outlook or even excel? That might also help. Just
> remember to put the extension as part of the file name, save it that way, then send
> Hope this helps!