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Outlook MSG Viewer 3.5.3!

We’ve been actively responding to user feedback for Outlook MSG Viewer and are excited to announce the launch of version 3.5.3. We’ve also bundled a huge number of enhancements into this release.

There have been several point releases since version 3.0, (including 3.0.2, 3.1, 3.5, and 3.5.1), so we’re compiling a list of all features and enhancements here. Updates for existing users of Outlook MSG Viewer 3.x are free, and we encourage all users to update immediately to take advantage of these enhancements.

Changes since version 3.0 include:

+ Overhaul of rendering for many MSG files* (major update)
+ Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Hebrew, German, and English (US and UK) language localizations for the user interface are fully supported (OS X 10.10 only)
+ Enhanced inline RTF file conversion
+ Support for decoding of Contact Distribution Lists (groups)
+ Support for OFT file format
+ Support for Tasks/Notes/Calendar items (text/attachments only; date handling to come in a later version)
+ Support for Contact Thumbnails
+ Support for batch extraction of MSG, OFT, and Winmail.dat attachments from EML files
+ Check for Updates menu item (OS X 10.10 version only)
+ Enhanced Winmail.dat file processing (and several bug fixes)
+ Quick access to Settings and Registration via main Drag/Drop dialog (OS X 10.10 only)

+ Minor enhancements to Installer, including optional Mail account configuration
+ Improved file processing for trial version
+ Fixed rendering of inline images
+ Several bug fixes for UTF8 character decoding of internationalized text, symbols, and filenames
+ Fixed bug causing certain Preferences to fail on the OS X 10.6-10.9 version
+ Fixed bug causing error message when double-clicking files
+ Additional minor bug fixes and enhancements

Outlook MSG Viewer allows you to view Outlook MSG files on your Mac seamlessly and inline through your email client, just like a regular email. This is especially handy if you’ve imported your Microsoft Outlook e-mails from a PC to a Mac. Try the demo here!

Posted on 18th of June 2015

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