Where does this SRC come from?

Discussion in 'HTML' started by Tom Edelbrok, Dec 22, 2005.

  1. Tom Edelbrok

    Tom Edelbrok Guest

    To all:

    I received an e-mail with a video in it (or perhaps it's an animated GIF). I
    want to save the video but every time I do a 'COPY' I cannot subsequently
    paste (the PASTE is grayed out). So I right-click the image and do a VIEW
    SOURCE, as shown below. The small video clip seems to come from the
    directive "src="image001.gif"". Where is it getting image001.gif from? I
    searched my entire local hard drive and can't find anything with that name,
    even in the Temporary Internet Files folder. So where does the video clip or
    animated GIF originate from???

    Thanks in advance,

    Tom Edelbrok


    <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">
    <HTML xmlns="http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40" xmlns:v =
    "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:vml" xmlns:eek: =
    "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:eek:ffice:eek:ffice" xmlns:w =
    "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:eek:ffice:word" xmlns:st1 =
    "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:eek:ffice:smarttags"><HEAD>
    <META http-equiv=Content-Type content="text/html; charset=us-ascii">
    <META content="MSHTML 6.00.2900.2802" name=GENERATOR><!--[if !mso]>
    <STYLE>v\:* {
    BEHAVIOR: url(#default#VML)
    }
    o\:* {
    BEHAVIOR: url(#default#VML)
    }
    w\:* {
    BEHAVIOR: url(#default#VML)
    }
    ..shape {
    BEHAVIOR: url(#default#VML)
    }
    </STYLE>
    <![endif]--><o:SmartTagType
    namespaceuri="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:eek:ffice:smarttags"
    name="City"></o:SmartTagType><o:SmartTagType
    namespaceuri="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:eek:ffice:smarttags" name="place"
    downloadurl="http://www.5iantlavalamp.com/"></o:SmartTagType><!--[if !mso]>
    <STYLE>st1\:* {
    BEHAVIOR: url(#default#ieooui)
    }
    </STYLE>
    <![endif]-->
    <STYLE>@font-face {
    font-family: Verdana;
    }
    @page Section1 {size: 8.5in 11.0in; margin: 1.0in 1.25in 1.0in 1.25in; }
    P.MsoNormal {
    FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"
    }
    LI.MsoNormal {
    FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"
    }
    DIV.MsoNormal {
    FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; FONT-FAMILY: "Times New Roman"
    }
    A:link {
    COLOR: blue; TEXT-DECORATION: underline
    }
    SPAN.MsoHyperlink {
    COLOR: blue; TEXT-DECORATION: underline
    }
    A:visited {
    COLOR: purple; TEXT-DECORATION: underline
    }
    SPAN.MsoHyperlinkFollowed {
    COLOR: purple; TEXT-DECORATION: underline
    }
    P {
    FONT-SIZE: 12pt; MARGIN-LEFT: 0in; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0in; FONT-FAMILY: "Times
    New Roman"; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto
    }
    PRE {
    FONT-SIZE: 10pt; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; FONT-FAMILY: "Courier New"
    }
    SPAN.EmailStyle19 {
    COLOR: navy; FONT-FAMILY: Arial; mso-style-type: personal
    }
    SPAN.EmailStyle20 {
    COLOR: navy; FONT-FAMILY: Arial; mso-style-type: personal
    }
    SPAN.EmailStyle22 {
    COLOR: navy; FONT-FAMILY: Arial; mso-style-type: personal-reply
    }
    DIV.Section1 {
    page: Section1
    }
    </STYLE>
    </HEAD>
    <BODY lang=EN-US vLink=purple link=blue bgColor=#ffffff>
    <DIV dir=ltr align=left><BR>&nbsp;</DIV>
    <DIV></DIV>
    <DIV><FONT face=Tahoma size=2><B>Subject:</B> THE HOLD
    UP<BR><BR></FONT></DIV>
    <DIV><FONT face=Verdana color=red size=4><SPAN
    style="FONT-SIZE: 13.5pt; COLOR: red; FONT-FAMILY: Verdana">THE
    HOLDUP</SPAN></FONT><FONT face=Verdana color=green size=2><SPAN
    style="FONT-SIZE: 10pt; COLOR: green; FONT-FAMILY: Verdana">
    </SPAN></FONT><FONT
    face=Verdana color=green><SPAN
    style="COLOR: green; FONT-FAMILY: Verdana">&nbsp;</SPAN></FONT><FONT
    face=Arial
    color=navy size=4><SPAN
    style="FONT-SIZE: 13.5pt; COLOR: navy; FONT-FAMILY: Arial"><BR><BR>Hooded
    winter
    jacket with large inside pocket to conceal identity and carry gun:<B><SPAN
    style="FONT-WEIGHT: bold"> </SPAN></B></SPAN></FONT><B><FONT face=Arial
    size=4><SPAN
    style="FONT-WEIGHT: bold; FONT-SIZE: 13.5pt; FONT-FAMILY: Arial">&nbsp;
    &nbsp;<FONT color=navy><SPAN
    style="COLOR: navy">$65.00</SPAN></FONT></SPAN></FONT></B><FONT face=Arial
    color=navy size=4><SPAN
    style="FONT-SIZE: 13.5pt; COLOR: navy; FONT-FAMILY: Arial"><BR><BR>9mm
    Handgun
    purchased from Ray-Ray up the block:<B><SPAN style="FONT-WEIGHT: bold">
    &nbsp;
    $150.00</SPAN></B><BR><BR>Failure to master proper weapon retention during
    your
    planned armed robbery:<B><SPAN style="FONT-WEIGHT: bold"> &nbsp;
    PRICELESS</SPAN></B><BR></SPAN></FONT><BR><IMG id=_x0000_i1025 height=165
    src="image001.gif" width=220><FONT face=Arial color=navy size=4><SPAN
    style="FONT-SIZE: 13.5pt; COLOR: navy; FONT-FAMILY:
    Arial"><BR><BR><BR><BR>(watch
    closely...)</SPAN></FONT></DIV></BODY></HTML>
    Tom Edelbrok, Dec 22, 2005
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  2. Tom Edelbrok

    Neredbojias Guest

    With neither quill nor qualm, Tom Edelbrok quothed:

    > To all:
    >
    > I received an e-mail with a video in it (or perhaps it's an animated GIF). I
    > want to save the video but every time I do a 'COPY' I cannot subsequently
    > paste (the PASTE is grayed out). So I right-click the image and do a VIEW
    > SOURCE, as shown below. The small video clip seems to come from the
    > directive "src="image001.gif"". Where is it getting image001.gif from? I
    > searched my entire local hard drive and can't find anything with that name,
    > even in the Temporary Internet Files folder. So where does the video clip or
    > animated GIF originate from???


    It's embedded in the email. And you probably can save it. The email
    might have a js lockout or something, or it might be Flash, but save the
    email as a separate file and then open it and try to save the pic.

    If "paste" is blacked-out, try ctrl-V. Possibly you need to
    disable/customize your javascript, but I've never seen that locally with
    mail.

    --
    Neredbojias
    Contrary to popular belief, it is believable.
    Neredbojias, Dec 22, 2005
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  3. Tom Edelbrok

    Tom Edelbrok Guest

    Still can't do it.

    Is there an application that anyone knows of that will take an e-mail
    message that is saved in your file system (ie: MyMessage.msg) in NTFS and
    decompose it into what it consists of, ie: MIME content, message body, etc,
    etc. If this MIME thing is embedded within the message there seems to be no
    way to get at it with Microsoft Outlook.

    Thanks,

    Tom



    "Neredbojias" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > With neither quill nor qualm, Tom Edelbrok quothed:
    >
    >> To all:
    >>
    >> I received an e-mail with a video in it (or perhaps it's an animated
    >> GIF). I
    >> want to save the video but every time I do a 'COPY' I cannot subsequently
    >> paste (the PASTE is grayed out). So I right-click the image and do a VIEW
    >> SOURCE, as shown below. The small video clip seems to come from the
    >> directive "src="image001.gif"". Where is it getting image001.gif from? I
    >> searched my entire local hard drive and can't find anything with that
    >> name,
    >> even in the Temporary Internet Files folder. So where does the video clip
    >> or
    >> animated GIF originate from???

    >
    > It's embedded in the email. And you probably can save it. The email
    > might have a js lockout or something, or it might be Flash, but save the
    > email as a separate file and then open it and try to save the pic.
    >
    > If "paste" is blacked-out, try ctrl-V. Possibly you need to
    > disable/customize your javascript, but I've never seen that locally with
    > mail.
    >
    > --
    > Neredbojias
    > Contrary to popular belief, it is believable.
    Tom Edelbrok, Dec 23, 2005
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