STR: * Have someone else use "Windows Remote Assistance" to send an invitation via email to a TB user. * The TB user receives the email and double-clicks on the attachment. Actual: * TB offers to open via an "XML Editor" and offers no other reasonable suggestions. Expected: * TB offers to open via the "remote assistance" application. Work-around is to save the attachment to the filesystem then double-click on it there. The problem is that Remote Assistance sends an attachment with a content-type of XML, but with an extension which is associated with the Remote Assistance application. TB appears to prefer the content-type over the file-extension association. For example, the message source of one such message includes: """ ... <some of the text/plain portion removed .../> To accept this invitation, double-click the file attached to this message. ... --------------000506090109050504060100 Content-Type: text/xml; name="Invitation.msrcincident" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="Invitation.msrcincident" <?xml version=3D"1.0"?> ... """ I understand the decision to prefer content-type over the associated file extension might be a policy decision, but this would be frustrating for people; if there is a whitelist or similar this might be worth considering.
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