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Using a macbook pro.  Apple mail.  Is there a free program for mac that will open winmail.dat files and be able to view and print the file and any attachements?
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by:Alan Hardisty
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No free ones that I've seen, but if you fire up the App Store and search for winmail.dat you will see a variety of apps with varying prices.

Who is sending you the emails?  If they are sending via an Exchange server, they can disable TNEF for your domain name and then you shouldn't have the problem.

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Sigurdur Armannsson earned 490 total points
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This tool is great to keep around: http://www.joshjacob.com/mac-development/tnef.php It's free.
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