Need to view a winmail.dat file on your Mac? Now you can!
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WinMail DAT Viewer is the easiest, fastest, most reliable way to extract, view, and save the contents of winmail.dat files.
It's completely frustration-free: just double-click the win mail.dat file and you're instantly presented with a list of its contents. Double-click the attached files to open them, or drag and drop them on the desktop. In most circumstances, you won't even need to leave your Mail program.
Technical support is included, and our email response time is measured in lickety splits.
• Fixes a bug that could cause the app to freeze on macOS 10.13 (High Sierra)
Ratings and Reviews
Easily the best dat viewer I’ve tried
Most of my freelance business is done by email, which occasionally leads to file issues. Two clients in particular insist on using a version of Outlook that generates dats, so finding a trustworthy, simple, viewer with a clean interface is vital. I tried four others before discovering the LawBox version, and I’m happy to say that I won’t be trying a fifth. This is exactly the lean, straight-forward tool I’ve been looking for to keep the work and engines of my small business turning over. A++
Good App - No Problems
I've been using this app for a few months now. It works great. I simply open the app, then I go to the email where the DAT document is, and click-and-drag it to the DAT app and it opens up an email-like screen with the winDAT document showing as a PDF. I double click on that, and voila! I can then save or do whatever I need, and that's all there is to it. Has not given me any problems on my Mac computer and has worked flawlessly. I'm grateful for this app.
version 2.2 works on my MacPro
I am using Winmail DAT Viewer version 2.2 on a MacPro. My office at work continues to send me attachments generated in Outlook which won’t open on my Mac. This program works perfectly for me every time. I don’t understand why some of the other reviewers have a problem. I have a 2008 MacPro running El Capitan, but it also worked for me with the previous OS versions.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.