Failu krātuve :: Winmail/
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about.txt 2010-04-29 22:51 1.8K Text, ASCII format
adrese.txt 2010-04-29 17:30 35 Addresses, URL
winmail_opener_1.4.exe 2010-04-29 17:20 342K Executable binary
Winmail_Opener_1.4.zip 2010-04-29 17:24 302K Compressed archive
Winmail Opener is a small and simple utility that allows you to view and extract
contents of TNEF-encoded messages (infamous winmail.dat). That means if you
receive winmail.dat on your e-mail, with Winmail Opener you can view the rich text
message contents and attachments embedded into this file.
You may receive winmail.dat files from the senders who are using
Microsoft Outlook (97, 2000). Winmail.dat contains all attachments and
rich text message, and not all e-mail clients can recognize its format.
Winmail Opener is the solution.
Winmail Opener features
* Winmail Opener is absolutely free - no nag screens, no ads,
no spyware, no time limit.
* Supports RTF message text extraction.
* You can drag-and-drop TNEF-encoded files into Winmail Opener
for opening them.
* You can drag-and-drop decoded attachments from Winmail Opener
to any location for saving them.
* Allows to operate with embedded attachments via standard system
popup menu (Open, Open with, Copy, etc.)
* Supports command line mode for batch decoding.
* Multilingual interface. (16 Languages supported at the moment).
* The executable has small size and low system requirements.
(Windows operating system: Windows 95/98/ME, Windows NT,
Windows 2000 or Windows XP.)
Command line switches
To open specific file in the Winmail Opener use the following syntax:
To decode specific file and save its attachments to the dedicated
folder without viewing it use the following syntax:
wmopener.exe c:\path_to_file\winmail.dat c:\decoded
If specified directory is not exists, it will be created.
If path to Winmail Opener or file to open contains spaces,
use double quotes:
"c:\Program Files\Winmail Opener\wmopener.exe" "c:\My Mail\winmail.dat"
Lapas adrese: priede.bf.lu.lv/ftp/pub/Internets/pasts/Winmail