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Information about .eml File Extension

EML file is a Microsoft Internet Mail Message.

More information about .eml extension: Wikipedia

Category

Internet and networking files 

Common .eml file type descriptions:

  • Thunderbird Document
  • Windows Live Mail Email Message
  • E-mail Message
  • Windows Live Mail-E-Mail
  • Internet E-Mail Message

Applications, associated with .eml files

Kernel EML Viewer iconKernel EML Viewer by Lepide Software Pvt. Ltd.
eM Client iconeM Client by SoftMaker Software GmbH
Opera Internet Browser iconOpera Internet Browser by Opera Software
Kingsoft Writer iconKingsoft Writer by Kingsoft Corporation
Windows Picture and Fax Viewer iconWindows Picture and Fax Viewer by Microsoft Corporation
PostboxExpress iconPostboxExpress by Postbox, Inc.
Windows Live Photo Gallery iconWindows Live Photo Gallery by Microsoft Corporation
Foxit Reader iconFoxit Reader by Foxit Software Company
The Foxit Reader is a small, fast, and feature rich PDF viewer which allows you to open, view, and print any PDF file.Foxit Reader has a small footprint that starts up instantly, renders PDF files quickly and uses very little memory.
Microsoft Office Word Viewer iconMicrosoft Office Word Viewer by Microsoft Corporation
Microsoft Word Viewer is a standalone freeware program for Microsoft Windows that lets users who do not own Microsoft Word view and print documents that were created in Microsoft Word.
CHIP Secured Installer iconCHIP Secured Installer
winPenPack X-Sylpheed Launcher iconwinPenPack X-Sylpheed Launcher by www.winpenpack.com
File Viewer iconFile Viewer by Sharpened Productions
Photo Story iconPhoto Story by Microsoft Corporation
Microsoft Office Picture Manager iconMicrosoft Office Picture Manager by Microsoft Corporation
Microsoft Office PowerPoint Viewer iconMicrosoft Office PowerPoint Viewer by Microsoft Corporation
Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer is a program for Microsoft Windows that lets users view and print PowerPoint presentations created in Microsoft Office.
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