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- April 26, 2017 at 8:37 AM #40351OliviaGuest
I use Mac for my works, I received a lot of winmail.dat files from the senders who are using Microsoft Outlook, but I don’t know how to extract and save it, the contents is very important for me. I need them to do my works. This question has been bothering me for a long time, I am eager to solve. Does anyone know what method can I fix?
- April 26, 2017 at 8:44 AM #40362SKKeymaster
Gmail opens winmail.dat files so if you are allowed to forward these emails to a Gmail account, that’s probably the easiest. Once they open via Gmail, save them locally on your computer and if needed resend them as the updated files to your work address. But that’s probably overkill.
There’s also an app called TNEF’s Enough for Mac OS. It’s an app Josh Jacob developed–donationware–to help Mac users like you deal with attachments from users of Microsoft Outlook and Exchange, especially attachments with the name “winmail.dat.”
- April 27, 2017 at 10:43 AM #40423OliviaGuest
Thank you very much to answer my question. I have found a good way to solve the problem. Others have recommended an APP to me. They recommend an app for me which named Winmail DAT File Viewer: Open DAT,XPS,MSG files. You can find it in Mac App Store, I can easily find it in app store. Because they send the link for me, and the link is. It helped a lot, I enjoy using it. I really thank you for your answer, all in all, best wishes for you.