On Thu, 30 Aug 2007 02:28:06 +0200, Florian Diesch

>Duinen wrote:
>> I'm looking to decode a message attachment from one of my stalemail
>> files. I'cut'n pasted the .8MB attachment but I didn't find anything
>> in my Ubuntu 7.04 install and I'd prefer not to install source and
>> compile.
>> Any other, civilized methods I could use?

>Package: uudeview
>Description: Smart multi-file multi-part decoder (command line)
> This is a command-line decoder and encoder for files encoded with the
> following formats: uuencode, xxencode, BASE64, quoted printable, and
> BinHex.
> .
> This package used to contain an X11-based GUI decoder called xdeview.
> That program is now in the xdeview package.
> Florian

Just to make sure we can get some flames going -

Agent (not free Agent) will decode all of this stuff and has for
years. And Hot Damn does it run well under Linux/Wine; much faster than
it's native Windoze.