Mime data

Reader Buffy Minton has done some cool work to extract file attachments with the emails.   This was never done for the original climategate files to my knowledge.

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Buffy Minton said

November 24, 2011 at 12:35 pm e

Don’t know if this has already been done before:

Here’s the freshly decoded Mime attachments to the Climategate 2011 emails

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=IQEKC5SR

 

15 thoughts on “Mime data

  1. re: EditorGRL (in the zipped MIME files)

    In my field we leave it up to the journal editor to know about ‘possible referees’ – this way we don’t get to influence who gets to adjudicate on their acceptability. Is Climate “Science” unique again?

  2. A real treasuretrove with detailed in-side information, about most of it I was unaware. The PDF’s from the IPCC task force are really revealing how predetermined these guys were.

    There is so much to read, it will be early tomorrow morning that I will hit the sack!

    Thanks for this effort, Buffy!

  3. I am blushing with pride at getting a prominent mention at such an esteemed blog!
    All I did (in Linux) was navigate to the emails directory and type ” munpack *.* ”
    Sorry that I didn’t take the time to edit out some of the extraneous files generated by munpack before uploading. The .desc files contain the email bit of the message (sans attachment).

  4. I was hoping there’d be some more attachments. I am curious if the attachment for 2175 is different from what was seen later.

    Also, not an attachment, but there are e-mails between Hantemirov and Briffa with subject McIntyre, that are not about him, but the original e-mail that they kept replying to is not there.

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