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How to view an OLM file in Windows?

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I have an OLM file that I am trying to view in Windows.  The OLM file is an email container file from the Mac OS.

I need to do a quick view of the directory structure.  Can anyone suggest a free tool to do this?

Many Thanks!
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This tool http://www.olmviewer.com/ might do it.

This link http://www.blogsdna.com/18856/open-outlook-for-mac-olm-export-file-on-windows.htm explains what it does.

Note I have never used it so can't vouch for it.
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Thank you for your help with this.
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