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How to convert .msg file to .doc file?

Posted on 2011-03-18
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Hi ,

Please help me how to convert .msg(out look mail) to .doc file.
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Are you trying to change the message file into a format you can edit?  I'm not sure you can just do a straight conversion, it may just be easiest to open the msg in Outlook and do a select all (CTRL-a) and copy/paste the content into a word doc.
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You need to save it as a html file in outlook and then open it in word.  Word can not open the .msg extension files as it will not be able to decode the file
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Thanks.....
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