Winmail Reader is a straightforward piece of kit that enables you to view and save files from Winmail.dat attachments.
It can be handled by all types of users, thanks to its intuitive layout and overall simplicity.
Once the quick setup procedure is done, you can check out the regular window with an uncomplicated structure, representing Winmail Reader's interface. You can open a Winmail.dat file using either the file browser or drag-and-drop support.
The main application panel shows the name, type and size for each file available for extraction. You can seamlessly save them to the hard drive by just pointing out the target directory.
When it comes to program options, it is possible to associate Winmail Reader with DAT-formatted files, switch to a different UI language, disable advertisements, as well as set the Mapi32.dll path. There are no other important settings provided by this utility.
Winmail Reader has minimal impact on system performance, running on a low amount of CPU and RAM. It is very responsive to commands, doesn't disrupt normal user activity, and works well, without causing the operating system to hang, crash or show error notifications. We have not come across any issues in our tests.
All in all, Winmail Reader gets the job done in a few steps when it comes to the simple task of viewing and saving Winmail.dat attachments, backed up by a user-friendly workspace and intuitive options, making the program ideal for all types of users, whether they have experience with computer programs or not.