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Some Mac users say that they can't download programs from other website except Mac App Store, or they may can't be opened the download file. When they click on the download file, it says 'xxx can't be opened because it is from an unidentified developer'.For example. Assuming that your Mac is going to be filled with catalogs of music, photos, applications, and likely videos you own, rented or captured, and on top of all of that you also want room for future projects, like Mac gaming or video editing, suddenly the base 256GB storage doesn’t look big enough. When it’s time to install a new version of macOS or download a new update, nearly everyone turns to the Mac App Store to start the process. While the App Store makes OS installations easy.

Extract winmail.dat embedded files.

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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.

Note: Now requires OS X 10.8 or later running on a 64-bit Intel processor.

  • New icon
  • Integrated help under 'Help' menu
  • Configured for simultaneous release as download and on Mac App Store
  • Added support for calendar and contact attachments
  • Resolved crash
  • Resigned and compatible with OS X 10.10 Gatekeeper
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Mac OS X
Install individual files from .pkg installers and more.
Command line-based version of the WinRAR archiver.

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See note at right about downloading/installing via Mac App Store.

Current Version:

Version 3.8 for Mac OS X 10.11 through 10.15

Legacy Versions:

Version 3.7 for Mac OS X 10.7 through 10.11

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Version 3.2.1 for Mac OS X 10.6/10.7/10.8 (Intel only)

Version 2.2 for Mac OS X 10.5/10.6 (Universal - PowerPC/Intel)

Version 2.0 for Mac OS X 10.4 and earlier (PowerPC only)

See change log for history.


See note at right about downloading/installing via Mac App Store.

  1. Download

    If your browser hasn't opened it, you will have a .DMG file to double click to open. The DMG will open to a disk mounted in the Finder.

  2. Copy to Applications directory

    Simply drag it to your Applications directory. You might be prompted by your system for an administrator password.

  3. Launch as needed or keep in Dock

    Most users just open the app as needed. If winmail.dat files are a chronic problem for you, you can keep the app in your doc and drag winmail.dat files to it.

How To Use

  1. Launch

    If you keep TNEF's Enough in the Applications folder, just click to launch. Or store in the Dock if you get frequent winmail.dat files.

  2. Open File

    TNEF's Enough opens winmail.dat files to show you what's inside them. Assuming you have the winmail.dat file in an email, here are a couple ways to open it:

    • Save the file out of your email program. Choose Open... from TNEF's Enough File menu and locate the file.
    • Save the file out of your email program. Drag the file to the TNEF's Enough icon in the Dock.
    • Simply drag the attachment from your email program to the TNEF's Enough icon in the Dock.
  3. Export Files

    TNEF's Enough will then show you a window representing the TNEF file. The content is similar to an email message showing the typical From and Subject fields along with sent date, message body and attached files.

    There are several ways to get the files out of the winmail.dat file:

    • Select one or more files and select Export... from the File menu.
    • Choose Export All... from the File menu to get all the files.
    • Select one of more files and drag then to Finder.

Read the application help for more information.

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If you use Mac OS X Mail, check out this AppleScript to automatically open winmail.dat files sent to you.