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tnef

tnef unpacks those annoying Microsoft TNEF attachments. It is based upon Thomas Boll's original tnef.c.

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  •  26 May 2005 00:39

    Release Notes: The --save-rtf feature has been generalized into the --save-body feature. You can now save the text or HTML formatted body as well as the RTF formatted body. There are other miscellaneous fixes.

    •  08 Mar 2005 03:29

      Release Notes: Several bugfixes for greater portability, the ability to save RTF data, dumping of data for objects of type szTRIPLE, and new -x SIZE and --maxsize=SIZE options that protect users against nefarious TNEF files.

      •  05 Mar 2003 07:53

        Release Notes: Automated testing was added.

        •  19 Sep 2002 14:43

          Release Notes: A bug in updating the automake/autoconf usage was fixed.

          •  19 Sep 2001 10:05

            Release Notes: Manual page was moved to section 1. Minor strdup bugfix and rpm spec file tweaking added.

            Recent comments

            24 Feb 2004 15:53 paj1234

            Fantastic
            Thank you, Mark Simpson and Thomas Boll. It's brilliant. It compiled straight away. It's really easy to use. The man page is great and the link to Microsoft in the Other References section is really useful.

            30 Apr 2002 10:51 marksimpson

            Re: appointment tnef files?

            > It would be nice if this utility could
            > decode the winmail.dat files attached to
            > appointment/meeting requests generated
            > by Outlook. This utility doesn't seem
            > to extract anything from those files.

            Yes that would be nice. I haven't had the chance to maintain, let alone improve tnef recently.

            I would love to have something that can parse calender stuff and allow me to reply to them inside of VM (my mailer of choice) then i would be able to just about not use Outlook at all.

            19 Dec 2001 03:34 jamesh

            appointment tnef files?
            It would be nice if this utility could decode the winmail.dat files attached to appointment/meeting requests generated by Outlook. This utility doesn't seem to extract anything from those files.

            20 Jun 2000 10:50 kursawe

            nice
            just the way such a tool should be.
            And the author does not want $199 for the source :-)

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