You first have to upload your winmail.dat file, than the content of the attachment will be listed here.
Depending on the size of your file and the speed of your internet connection this will take some time. The progressbar of your browser will indicate the progress of your file upload.
If Microsoft Outlook is badly configured it sends attachments as a file called "winmail.dat" or "ATT0001.dat". This is a binary file and unusable with any other mail program except MS Outlook.
This service helps you to convert winmail.dat or ATT0001.dat files and extract the contained files. When you upload your winmail.dat attachment, we extract all contained files and save them for you to download them. After that, you can download the attached files from the results page.
Note: Not every winmail.dat attachment contains some files. Outlook saves also informations about layout and styling of an email into the winmail.dat file. This service is not able to extract images which are pasted directly into an email.
Using this service means that your files are transmitted over the internet and saved on a foreign system for a short time. If your attachment contains unencrypted, sensitive data it is not a good idea to use this service.
Your extracted files are saved on this system for some time so you can retrieve them. They are stored in a reasonably safe way so they names can't be guessed and will be deleted on your request or automatically after some time.We do not intend to look at your files and try our best to protect your files from others doing that.
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