TNEFs Enough
TNEFs Enough
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TNEFs Enough free download for Mac

TNEFs Enough3.8

21 November 2019

Extract winmail.dat embedded files.

Overview

TNEF's Enough allows Macs to read and extract files from Microsoft TNEF stream files. The files are usually received via email from Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft Outlook users. You will usually receive an attachment named "winmail.dat." If someone has even sent you a message or file and all you have received is a "winmail.dat" file then you need TNEF's Enough to open it and extract the embedded file.

What's new in TNEFs Enough

Version 3.8:

Note: Now requires OS X 10.11 or later

  • Updated for Mac OS X 10.15 (Catalina).
  • Corrected for better Dark Mode support.

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How would you rate TNEFs Enough app?

52 Reviews of TNEFs Enough

5
Y-Guy
28 March 2017
Version: 3.7

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I've used this for years, it's a great solution for the dreaded winmail.dat attachment. The whopping price of free you can't beat it, but consider a donation to the Dev too. All you need to do is to associate the winmail.dat file with TNEFs Enough once. Just drag to your desktop, right click and click Get Info. Then change the Open with option and hit change all. After that if you see that ugly Microsoft winmail.dat attachment just double click on it and you're good to go.
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5
Y-Guy
28 March 2017
Version: 3.7
I've used this for years, it's a great solution for the dreaded winmail.dat attachment. The whopping price of free you can't beat it, but consider a donation to the Dev too. All you need to do is to associate the winmail.dat file with TNEFs Enough once. Just drag to your desktop, right click and click Get Info. Then change the Open with option and hit change all. After that if you see that ugly Microsoft winmail.dat attachment just double click on it and you're good to go.
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5
Tubo
10 March 2016
Version: 3.6
Version 3.7 is out, please update here! Change Log Here is the most recent version history of the app. version 3.7 (Source coming soon) Updated for Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan). Backwards compatibility increased to 10.7 (Lion) Older versions for 10.1+ and PPC.
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4.5
Kommit
13 August 2015
Version: 3.6
Just works !
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wickedsp1d3r
29 June 2015
Version: 3.6
Tried to open three different 'Winmail.dat' files. Each of them gives a similar result, like this: https://i.imgur.com/26zyhSa.png (Could not be opened...) Seems useless.
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sjakubiec
20 June 2015
Version: 3.2.1
Version 3.5 is out MacUpdate update the link? http://www.joshjacob.com/mac-development/TNEF3.5.dmg Changelog: Added support for calendar and contact attachments. Resolved crash. Thank you to Bob K. and Candy G. for sending the problem .dat files. Resigned and compatible with 10.10 Gatekeeper.
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5
paulicca
09 February 2014
Version: 3.2.1
Functional and free! Tuo have to save the files.dat and than open it (them) with the program, then export it (them). It Works!
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dilyb
06 March 2013
Version: 3.2.1
What a great program! Only one dumb MSFT question ... what does TNEF STAND FOR? Sorry to go ACD on you!
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5
Basementjack
22 February 2013
Version: 3.2.1
Worked for me! Great Program!
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5
Alanj
12 February 2013
Version: 3.2.1
Excellent and simple tool to deal with those annoying occasions when you get an winmail.dat attachment. It might be nice if it was integrated more into mail apps but in reality I can probably manage to download it and in any case with Postbox which I use I have set it to open .dat files with TNEF and will see how that works. Well done a great tool for an annoying problem. Alan
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4
Preeti-Lodha
07 February 2013
Version: 3.2.1
This software is good, but is it possible to have one where you don't have to open the file using this app separately. i.e. the software can be integrated with Mail.
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5
garyp717
22 January 2013
Version: 3.2.1
Yes, version 3.2.1 works perfectly on my new MacBook Pro. I now use it to download email attachments sent via Outlook on a PC (I've transferred a couple of music files from my PC via email that way). Follow the advice given by Bradsmith74 and a double click on any .dat attachment to an email message will open up, then drag the file to where you want it (in my case, I dragged .m4a files into iTunes on the dock - loads right up and works great).
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5
TimeNow
04 January 2013
Version: 3.2.1
Version 3.2.1 was flawless extracting a .pdf file from a winmail.dat file I received as a Thunderbird attachment on my iMac (Intel) running Snow Leopard 10.6.8. Installation and functionality is very straight forward on the developers website so you might want to look there. Just select the dock icon and use the File menu to select the file you want to open, then select the attachment and either double click or use the Extract command to save it. Well done Josh.
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5
aglessi
21 October 2012
Version: 3.2.1
Does what it promise... What else! :-)
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4.5
historyjustin
30 September 2012
Version: 3.2.1
I have used this twice. It works great! Simple to use. No need to use Apple's Mail app. (I use Thunderbird.) Difficulties with .dat files are a thing of the past.
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4.5
Y-Guy
30 July 2012
Version: 3.2.1
I can't believe it's taken me so long to finally find this program and realize that it was solvable. I have one vendor that I have a ton of email problems with, the winmail.dat file has been the latest issue. I've fought with this problem for sometime. I installed this app, followed the file association as Bradsmith74 mention and it works great. I can now open those pesky files and extract just what I need.
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5
RealPrashanta
17 July 2012
Version: 3.2.1
Thanks Josh, appreciated it!
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Guy-langevin-Uryt
31 May 2012
Version: 3.2.1
the version linked to from this page is for powerpc's only. Go to the author's web site to get one that works with intel macs. works well, I'd like to be able to double click a file to open it rather than just have it ask where to save it. Also, quick look would be a neat feature to have.
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5
Pomares
27 January 2012
Version: 3.1
A god send.
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Willowdemayo
15 October 2011
Version: 3.1
eager to try this utility but can't access the developer's site. please let me know when it's back up. thanks!
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5
Kobalt
31 August 2011
Version: 3.0.0
Thank you, Josh. :)
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4.5
Graphic-Mac
13 August 2011
Version: 2.2
Worked perfectly for me under Lion
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Robk
15 June 2011
Version: 2.2
Version 2.2 does NOT work very well on my new Macbook Pro running Snow Leopard. It fails to properly display the names of the embedded files in the "Embedded Files" tab. But the "Attributes Tab" does display the proper file names of the embedded files in the winmail.dat file. Switched to Version 2.0 which runs just fine in Snow Leopard (using Rosetta). Now the proper files names are being displayed in the "Embedded Files" tab. Installed TNEF v2.2 on a second Mac running Snow Leopard. Same problem I would suggest that people avoid using version 2.2 and go back to version 2.0 until this bug is fixed. Version 2.0 runs just fine on Snow Leopard using Rosetta. P.S. There is a similar program on the Mac App Store called Letter Opener Lite. I prefer it over TNEF but Letter Open Lite costs $7. If you want you can buy the full version of Letter Opener for $30 but I do not see the need (and I like to avoid using Apple Mail Plugins).
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5
Kroniu
20 April 2011
Version: 2.2
Just works! :)
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Robk
17 March 2011
Version: 2.2
Version 2.2 does NOT work very well on my new Macbook Pro running Snow Leopard. It fails to properly display the names of the embedded files in the "Embedded Files" tab. But the "Attributes Tab" does display the proper file names of the embedded files in the winmail.dat file. Switched to Version 2.0 which runs just fine in Snow Leopard (using Rosetta). Now the proper files names are being displayed in the "Embedded Files" tab. Installed TNEF v2.2 on a second Mac running Snow Leopard. Same problem I would suggest that people avoid using version 2.2 and go back to version 2.0 until this bug is fixed. Version 2.0 runs just fine on Snow Leopard using Rosetta. P.S. There is a similar program on the Mac App Store called Letter Opener Lite. I prefer it over TNEF but Letter Open Lite costs $7. If you want you can buy the full version of Letter Opener for $30 but I do not see the need (and I like to avoid using Apple Mail Plugins).
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John83
16 February 2011
Version: 2.2
It does the job well until now to extract many kinds of files without problem. However, UI and behavior needs a bit more TLC. Drag&drop to open files does not work although manually opening from File menu is working. And a few other minor UI issues. But I should first say "Thank you" to the developer as I have a simple solution now.
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5
Cmedeefr
29 January 2011
Version: 2.2
Light and works like a charm!!!
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5
Tallis
06 December 2010
Version: 2.2
Thanks for this, works like a charm. Saves so much hazzle. Should be part of Apple mail
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Rujohnson
01 September 2010
Version: 2.2
Thank you so much for creating this software. I was a victim of a winmail.dat attachment from a Luddite who could not understand why what she "always does" didn't work for my Mac. A quick Google search and POW you helped me get what I needed fast and easy. I'm so grateful people like you do what you do. Thanks again.
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Szq
20 September 2009
Version: 2.0
Didn't work for me from a few PC's running the latest version of Office
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Wanderer
21 June 2009
Version: 2.0
Works beautifully just as expected. Thank you very much.
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Lesoth0
10 June 2009
Version: 2.0
...or just ask the person sending you the E-mail to NOT save the E-mail as RTF (which is how the conflict of windat is created in the first place. Ask them to save the Text as "TEXT" or "DOC" and that'll sort the problem.
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Orion-Mk-V
01 April 2008
Version: 2.0
Works perfectly. What a lifesaver! Thanks.
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5
Drdul
14 July 2007
Version: 2.0
This is a must-have app. I just switched to a Mac from Windows, and from Outlook to Apple Mail, and couldn't figure out what to do with the winmail.dat files. With TNEF's Enough in my dock, I just drag the file onto the TNEF's Enough icon, and then choose which files to extract and where I want them to go. Great piece of work! (I can't understand why this functionality isn't built into Apple Mail.)
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Anonymous
06 November 2005
Version: 2.0
great, still works fine on 10.4.3
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TwisterMc
26 July 2005
Version: 2.0
This is exactly what I needed. No more forward issues from those PC people. Now I can open winmail.dat and get the files out. AWESOME!!!
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Anonymous
04 March 2005
Version: 2.0
Does wonders! This is exactly what I was looking for and I love the fact that you are able to set preferences for what happens after it decodes. This is one feature that would be cool to have: build a plug-in to OS X server / Postfix so that it automatically does this for all incoming mail.
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5
Anonymous
10 February 2005
Version: 2.0
Perfectly solved my winmail.dat file extraction problem on Mac OSX! Thanks a bunch!
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Anonymous
07 December 2004
Version: 2.0
Great, does the job.
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Anonymous
31 October 2004
Version: 2.0
It almost worked perfectly for me. I fed it a winmail.dat file from a message that I had moved from Outlook to an IMAP account. TNEF's Enough was able to extract the attachment out of the winmail.dat file, but it also truncated the file name.
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Anonymous
20 October 2004
Version: 2.0
Great app, does just what it says it does shame the Entourage and Outlook teams can't just spend five minutes and work this one out between them ! I hate it when people in the office send me meeting invitations that in Outlook I just 'accept' but in Entourage I have to read the mail, copy it into the calendar and reply to them that I can come (and of course, that doesn't update their calendar for them to let them know I've accepted)
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Anonymous
09 September 2004
Version: 2.0
WOW! Josh, you have managed to make a program that solves the idiot problem we run into now and again with windoze users. Many,many thanks
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Anonymous
06 September 2004
Version: 2.0
A godsend! Especially over the holiday when some of us had to work. :P TNEF's Enough did exactly, and without incident, what I needed it to. Perfect.
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3.75
Anonymous
01 September 2004
Version: 2.0
THANK YOU!!!!! I just wrote to the most stubborn winmail.dat user in the world and told her that there was actually a solution to HER problem! I don't know if she could possibly be more thrilled than I!
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JJP
29 August 2004
Version: 2.0
Wonderful ! I just found this app. downloaded it and it worked perfectly and easily. This solves a problem that has been a real pain for us Mac users. Thank you so much.
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5
Anonymous
07 July 2004
Version: 2.0
Awesome. Saves heaps of hassle! Thanks!
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Anonymous
10 May 2004
Version: 2.0
Just used this program. What a freaking time saver. The winmail.dat nightmare is over for Mac users. Thanks
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Daryl Kulak
30 April 2004
Version: 2.0
This utility is fantastic! This is a big problem for Mac users who receive e-mail from MS-Outlook, and you've just solved it for us. The user interface is extremely intuitive and the files come through beautifully. Great job! Great service to the Mac community!
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5
Anonymous
16 March 2004
Version: 2.0
This application worked great and was easy to use. Apple should make it part of Mac OS X.
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5
Anonymous
16 December 2003
Version: 2.0
This is one of the greatest programs I've ever used! It's very easy to use and it works. Thank you.
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5
Anonymous
19 November 2003
Version: 2.0
This is the Bomb!
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4.75
Anonymous
08 September 2003
Version: 2.0
Worked just great once I figured out how to find the winmail.dat file I wanted to open: I had to copy the attachment from Eudora to the desktop and then open it from within TNEF's Enough; then it put the openable Word files in a folder on the desktop, no sweat! Fine piece of work. Thanks much.
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Anonymous
03 September 2003
Version: 2.0
Well, what can I say? It works! Great little utility, very easy to use, and it does what it's meant to do. Good effort.
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