Hello, Lazytech, you wrote: L> That did not know, that did not know. Probably, it is a question of rather fresh versions WinRar? To tell the truth, I twenty as alive did not see years this archiver unless for the general development sometimes I read now and then a subject about WinRar on . Here you will send so to somebody archive not-zip, and at it even if the appropriate archiver is, it can appear old and not support the necessary format. Time and again met: on a computer by mail comes rar, it try to open, and archive whether empty, whether beaten. The sender ask to send once again. Then it appears that the archive in a format rar5, and on the computer old winrar does not know that such happens and is not able to unpack it. Therefore, though winrar at me also is, it packs by default in zip.