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Outlook Viewer for MSG attachments

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I have a historical database that has msg attachments and when I try to open the attachments I receive a message that there is no program associated with this file.  I had the same problem with doc files but downloaded the Word viewer and that worked fine.  Is there some type of free viewer for MSG files?  If so, please advise where I can obtain it.  Thanks in advance for your help.
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by:Phillip Burton
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How about MSG File Viewer 2.0 - http://www.freeviewer.org/msg/
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Thanks for the response.  I did give that a try but it didn't work.
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Thanks for your assistance.  I was able to open the msg attachments with the second viewer.
I appreciate your help.
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