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CSV File Corrupted in Email

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    CSV File Corrupted in Email

    A colleague of mine (Colleague A) sent a CSV file to another colleague (Colleague B) via email, from a Yahoo account to a company account on Outlook. When Colleague B opened it, it turned out corrupted -- several of the numbers had extra decimal places (e.g. 0.049 became 0..049). Also, some numbers had decimals moved or removed (e.g. 0.113 became 113). I had Colleague A forward me the same email (to my gmail account) from her sent folder, and I had no issues with it. I had Colleague B forward his email to me, and the file was corrupted. Colleague A has since sent the file to Colleague B a few more times, changing the file name each time, and only once it arrived intact. When I send it to him from my account, he has no issue with it.

    Is this a known issue?

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    Re: CSV File Corrupted in Email

    csv files dont have to be opened in excel. so what happens when open it in notepad. its unlikely to have anything to do with excel.
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