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Old 02-12-2019, 09:05 AM   #3
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>> Internet Explorer was able to recognize and open this in a test I just ran.

I'd hope so! Explorer's been able to save MHT for years now. It's the default save-as format in at least some versions of MSIE, in fact.
The point of my test was to see if Vivaldi was saving them correctly. I had cases where Opera created MHT files that IE could not read.

   
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