My wife had some image mail attachments that were stored in aspx form.
I suspect they were holdovers from a much earlier computer that could
deal with them. A current Mac running 10.11.6 can't. Changing the
extension to pdf or trying to open them in Safari doesn't work either.
What does work is to open them in LibreOffice and copy and paste them to
an rtf document in TextEdit. From there, an individual image can be
dragged to an outgoing mail file or used in any other way.
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