If you are looking for Message Viewer, you have come to the right place. We explain what Message Viewer is and point you to the official download.
What is Message Viewer?
Encryptomatic’s Message Viewer is a program for viewing MSG, EML, OST (Pro only), and PST (Pro only) files. Both the Lite and Pro versions are also able to open Winmail.DAT files without destroying any of the original formatting or content of the message. The program actually integrates seamlessly into Windows systems as a default content manager if given permission for it and also preserves all elements of emails it opens—this means that attachments can be viewed and extracted by the program as well if they are found in a message it is viewing. This makes it a suitable replacement for Microsoft Outlook when a user does not have that program and needs to view a file created with it. It can also function as a transitioning utility if users are planning to make the move from one email client to another.
The utility’s Pro version can perform conversion of various message file formats into other image and document filetypes. It can also convert emails into PDF files for archiving purposes and provides users with an intelligent naming system to apply to all file names. Furthermore, the Pro version is compatible with Citrix.
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File types supported by Message Viewer
Our users primarily use Message Viewer to open these file types:
About file types supported by Message Viewer
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Last updated: : July 27, 2014