Winmail Reader is a popular, free Windows software, that is part of the category Software utilities and has been published by Bruno Marotta.
More about Winmail Reader
It's available for users with the operating system Windows XP and former versions, and it is available in English. Its current version is 1.1.11 and its last update on 6/27/2011.
Since the program has been added to our selection of software and apps in 2011, it has already reached 199.757 downloads, and last week it gained 61 downloads.
About the download, Winmail Reader is a not that heavy software that doesn't take up as much storage space than most programs in the category Software utilities. It's a software often downloaded in many countries such as India, United States, and China.
Open, convert and save the files on winmail.dat email attachments sent by Microsoft Outlook and Exchange
Open, convert and save the files on winmail.dat email attachments sent by Microsoft Outlook and Exchange. Easy-to-use. Graphic interface (no command-line tool). And FREE!
Winmail.dat files are in fact TNEF attachments (transport neutral encapsulation format) sent by the Microst Outlook, Outlook Express or Microsoft Exchange applications. Users from other e-mail clients (like Thunderbird or Lotus Notes) cannot read them, neither their attachment, as the attachment and winmail.dat file may be combined into a single winmail.dat.
It is free, user-friendly and it visualizes most of the embedded files without having to open a separate application. Most of the existing application are difficult to use and requires more knowledge than a common user has.
Any user that receive an winmail.dat attachment. Usually these are users using another e-mail client than Outlook, like Thunderbird or Lotus Notes.
Laws concerning the use of this software vary from country to country. We do not encourage or condone the use of this program if it is in violation of these laws.
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