It's a combination of the second and third options. This problem does not apply to a specific tile type. It applies to all downloads. It does not matter weither the download is part of a e-mail attachment or a file that I'm trying to download off a web site. The end result is the same. For example; when I look at a e-mail it'll say letter.doc or drawing.dwg or image.jpg. They are never *.html attachments. Now generally, I can't double click on the attachment-I've tried that. I must download it first. My choices are to open it from it's current location or to download the file. Sometimes opening it from the current location works. I always have to try twice though. The first attempt brings me back to the same screen. Sometimes on the second attempt, my only option is to download the file. The option to remotly open it is shaded out. Tonight, I was able to remotly open the file and do a save as. When I try to save the file to the disk, my only option is to save it as a .html file. That's the only file type that is available. Pasting the correct file name and extension into the box only gets me a letter.doc.html file that is invalid. Renaming the file by removing the .html extension does not work as the file still reads as being invalid. The only file type in the pull down is a .html file.