Winmail.dat Opener

Contains ads
2.8
4.14K reviews
1M+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Do you sometimes get "Winmail.dat" files containing important documents? Winmail.dat Opener is a free app that allows you to open these files and view, save or share their contents.

This app is free of charge and fully functional, without the need for further in-app purchases.

The app requires only about 3mb space and no unnecessary permissions.

Your files are processed on your phone and not sent to any external servers. This ensures that your information stays private and the app will still work when you are offline.

The app is supported by unobtrusive ads -- no overlays, pop-ups or the like.
Updated on
Jun 1, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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No data collected
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2.8
4.14K reviews
A Google user
January 9, 2019
Unable to open any files and all of which that are sent to me are important. Also after I attempted to open two files, each time afterwards that I recievied a new one by email it won't even show up in the app.
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A Google user
January 22, 2019
Simple file opener that works! Didn't open the winmail.dat direct from the Samsung email app (didn't see I had a valid app for .dat files) but opened all the files within the winmail.dat file stored in Downloads (pdf, images etc) using Android 8.
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A Google user
September 14, 2018
Like other comments, there is always a menu of items to choose from in order to open a file. Not the most intuitive. Not a preferred app..not sure it wasn't the culprit for altering my contacts name to "unknown....". Just not for me
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Tobias Reinhardt
September 18, 2018
You can rest assured that we don't have been the ones changing your contact names. Our app doesn't have the required permissions to do that.

What's new

Bugfix