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I currently have a cell phone running Windows Mobile 6.1. If I open gmail.com using the mobile browser, gmail is smart enough to deliver a mobile version of the webmail. My problem is, whenever I click the link to download attached xls or doc files, the files were automatically opened in the browser. This "feature" may be useful when I want to have a quick view of the attachments but I really want to download the attachments as they are. Is there a way to do this? It really bugs me.
By the way, the java version of gmail does not work on my cell.
[Edited at 2008-10-18 08:00]
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