14 Feb 2007 burner   » (Journeyer)

Just because I can, and because I think it's useful for google to know about this, I wrote up a doc about handling Microsoft Office Document Scanning TNEF and TIFFs in Linux. Sometimes I get these TIFFs in a TNEF attachment that aren't really TIFFs, they're actually JPEG-in-TIFFs. Apparently some obscure Microsoft software is still generating these, despite the standard having been withdrawn. In any event, I figured out a way to get the JPEG out of the TIFF without too much trouble and made a short little web page about it.

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