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Na trying to edit and upload something but its not working 

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eml is an email file, not a video format.

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yup, trying to take a video out of an email ,you tube actually ,    I,ll get it yet :smile:

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Is this what you are trying to post?

 

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Yeah thats it Steve ! Thanks and oh you have already seen it , found it on an aussie fbook forum page , makes me cringe on what ive left , got a few targets to recheck at Rushworth  , the 4000 sounds a lot different to the 3500 which sounds much my old 2100 , cheers Jed :wink:

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Guest Jennifer
19 hours ago, mungass said:

This may surprise a few , and make some go back to places known .

 

jed martin sent you a video_ _Finally I Know The S.eml

Here's a direct link to the video, the link above is to the actual email file... click this for video, thanks for sharing Mungass.

PS: go check out the Aussie Gold Hunters link boys, I just put up a few new links, watch before they get taken off Youtube.

Jen

 

 

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Guest Jennifer
18 hours ago, Bada Bing said:

Are you on the Sherbets there mungass ......

Bundy flavoured apparantly. :tongue:

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Thanks Jen   and was actually sipping a Muscat ....   winter slurpies over here , cold as ya mother in laws kiss at the mo . Ha ha ha :tongue:

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