Klammer

Klammer for PC and Mac

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  • Category: Business
  • Licence: $3.99
  • Software version: 3.1
  • File size: 1.14 MB
  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista and Mac OS 10, 11 10.6.6
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Whatʹs Great

1. Bulk Convert is a feature of Klammer that allows you to convert multiple MSG, OFT and Winmail.dat files to the format corresponding to their contents - .EML for emails, .ICS (iCal) for tasks and appointments and .VCF (vCard) for contacts.

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Klammer Features and Description


Key Features

Latest Version: 3.1

  • Licence: $3.99


  • What does Klammer do? Open Winmail.dat, MSG and OFT files on your Windows and view their contents and attachments. AWARDED MACWORLD "Windows GEMS" "Klammer is very good at what it does..." - Jeffery Battersby, MACWORLD "Bulk Convert" add-on now FREE! Features: - View MSG files - View Winmail.dat files - View OFT files - Access attachments, body and message details of the emails - Supports displaying rich-formatted message body - inline images, links, formatted text, tables and everything - Export emails to EML files, natively supported by Windows OS - Open emails in other application - Mail, Outlook, Thunderbird and others - Supports viewing MSG, OFT and Winmail.dat files that contain contacts, appointments, calendar events and tasks - Import contacts to Address Book - Save contacts to vCard - Import appointments and calendar events to iCal - Export appointments, calendar events and tasks to vCalendar (.ics) files - Quick Look attachments in MSG, OFT or Winmail.dat files - Spotlight integration allows you to search all text information in MSG, OFT and Winmail.dat files - subjects, text content, contacts and even attachments names - Seamless integration with the OS - Quick Look and Preview of MSG, OFT and Winmail.dat files - Easy access recently opened files - Integrated with your Address Book Bulk convert MSG, OFT and Winmail.dat files (Upgrade via FREE In-App Purchase) Bulk Convert is a feature of Klammer that allows you to convert multiple MSG, OFT and Winmail.dat files to the format corresponding to their contents - .EML for emails, .ICS (iCal) for tasks and appointments and .VCF (vCard) for contacts. It is as simple as selecting source and destination folder and all your archive of Outlook exports will be transformed to Windows OS friendly formats. Seamless integration with Mountain Lion 10.8 Notification Center - never miss when your files are converted. Availability Notice! The Bulk Convert feature is available only on Macs running Windows OS 10.7 Lion or later after an additional FREE upgrade! What are MSG files? MSG (outlook mail message files) are messages created or saved within Microsoft Outlook. They can contain emails, contacts, tasks, task requests, appointments and etc. What are Winmail.dat files? Outlook and other applications often encode the messages and their attachments in a Winmail.dat file. This application will allow you to view that file and access the attachments and the encapsulated information for the email. What are OFT files? E-mail templates used by Microsoft Outlook. Contains a pre-formatted layout that can be used for creating custom messages with a similar look and feel Please, use [email protected] to contact us. We cannot reply to user reviews! Thank you.

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    Software Installation Requirements


    PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

    Compactible OS list:
    1. Windows 11
    2. Windows 10
    3. Windows 8.1
    4. Windows 7
    5. Windows Vista

    Requirements for MacOS Installation

    Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

    Compactible OS list:
    1. OS X 10.10: Yosemite
    2. OS X 10.11: El Capitan
    3. macOS 10.12: Sierra
    4. macOS 10.13: High Sierra
    5. macOS 10.14: Mojave8
    6. macOS 10.15: Catalina
    7. macOS Big Sur (macOS 11)

    FAQs


    Klammer - Is it safe to download?

    Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

    Software Reviews and Critisims


    • By bobchi
      4

      Great if changed to Windows from PC and have lots of msg files

      I switched from a PC to a Windows, but still use Outlook. I had thousands of emails saved in hundreds of folders. Klammer lets me read and forward them. I bought bulk convert. Once purchased it's good for life. It converted the thousands of files into the same folders, by choosing the destination file as the same as the source file. Worked great. Not sure I needed to do the bulk convert, since I could read any msg file anyway. Customer support returned my email question in less than 24 hours and did a follow up email. Works fast. Installs fast. I don't give hardly any apps 5 stars, this is a very high rating by my standards.


    • By KKmii
      5

      Perfect for reading Windows Outlook emails on my Windows

      This is perfect for my purposes - I use a Windows computer at work but synchronize all the files onto my Windows for working at home. I bought Outlook for Windows and I can import email folders into the Windows that way, but for the individual email files saved in various non-email folders, Klammer allows me to read them and makes it easy to go back and forth between the two computers. For $5, this was well worth it!


    • By Zeronym
      5

      Great for converting bulk .msg files to .vcf!

      This app works great if you need to convert .msg files to .vcf files. As of October 2017, the in-app option for bulk conversion is free, and once that’s enabled you can convert multiple files easily. Buy it if you’re moving hundreds of contact files from Windows to Windows, and you saved your contacts from Outlook. From purchase to conversion, the whole process took less than a minute.


    • By Impaler Gabe
      2

      Worked…. then NOT

      After initial installation it worked for a while, not too friendly… (reading .msg files) if you want just a few emails at a time, it’s not very good: need to browse over and over, it works on either 1 at a time, or the whole lot. Lately can’t get it to even get going: on clicking on the icon, it briefly flashes the icon in the task bar, then nothing… Good idea, needs LOTS of improvement!!


    • By vincentpace
      3

      Saved me time, but lots of room for improvement

      I bought this (including the in-app purchase of batch conversion functionality) to move a bunch of Outlook contact msg files to Contacts.app. I was able to use it to get the job done, but the app's limitations meant I needed to go card by card to get some things right. As all the contacts were saved as msg files and I no longer have access the PC they came from, I used the batch converter to convert them to vcf files and then imported them to Contacts.app. - The msg files contain both Japanese and Chinese text. Although Klammer properly displayed the Japanese and Chinese text when opening one msg file at a time, it turned all of it into non-sensical characters in the converted vcf files. I couldn't figure out a way to make the conversion work, so I had to go through contact by contact to copy and paste any Japanese/Chinese from the viewer to imported vcf files in Contacts.app. - 23 of the 521 converted vcf files could not be imported into Contacts.app. Klammer gave no warning of any issues, nor did Contacts.app when I dragged and dropped all 521 into the app. I discovered it by noting the numerical discrepancy. When the 23 were dragged in on their own, Contacts.app gave an error that said "No importable cards were found." For some reason, Klammer made 23 vcf files that could not be imported, which is about a 4% error rate. Ultimately, I used Klammer to view the data in each of the respective msg files, copied and pasted that field by field into a spreadsheet, and then imported the spreadsheet into Contacts.app. - The department field was simply skipped in at least some cases. I didn't bother to fix these. Instead, I'll just use Klammer to open the original msg files if I ever really do need it. - It displayed and created vcf with all address fields included twice. As this was just duplicative information, I just left it in. - When you open a msg file, it always opens to a set size, rather than remembering the window size you chose. I was copying and pasting a lot from the notes, which are at the bottom, so the fixed size meant I needed to scroll down on almost every card, slowing down the process. - The work telephone field also went missing in many cases. I couldn't get this to display in Klammer, so it might be an issue with the export from Outlook (these were exported by simply dragging and dropping to a folder). Since I no longer have access to the original files, I can't be sure about the origin of this issue. That all said, the app did save a great deal of time when compared to needing to reenter the contacts from business cards. However, by fixing the issues noted above, it could save a lot more.


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