This used to work on my Droid and Droid 2. I receive an HTML email, which appears as 3 attachments, 2 text and one HTML. If I click on either of the TXT attachments I'm offered the choice of HTML Viewer or QuickOffice to view them. However when I click on the HTML attachment it goes straight to the browser, which tries to open content://com.motorola.blur.service.email.engine.EmailProvider/bodyparts/file/3/329_5.att and drops me into a google search browser window. It's as if the email tool is creating an address (storage location) for the attachment that the browser doesn't recognize. Over a variety of emails the pattern is .../file/x/yyy_5.att. Using "Files" I can't find anything that looks like these attachment files. Any ideas? Also, doesn't anyone test this stuff? Thanks, Chuck p.s. yes I can save the attachment into messages then view it with the HTML Viewer; no I don't want to do that a dozen times a day. And no, I don't want to download some other mail app.