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Unable to open e-mail attachment

I'm unable to open a e-mail attachment with the msg file extension.I've tried using various programs to open it with and got various error messages.One of these which seemed to make some sense was " the converter failed to complete the current operation ",this error message was obtained when I used a program named Microsoft Office Isolated Converter Environment.I was able to get it to open using the program Microsoft Office for Windows,however I was able to read the begining 10% portion and the remainig was nonlegible gibberish.What do I do or need to open a msg file extension.

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    Where do I get the msg viewer and what does it cost.Is their a free trial in case it doesn't work.Thank you



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Open Files with .MSG File Extension Do you want to open a message with the Outlook .MSG file extension? The Encryptomatic MSG File Viewer makes it easy access Outlook MAPI message files (.msg files) created in Outlook 2000/XP/2003.
MSG Viewer reads .msg files encoded in western characters. It will display the text contents of the .msg file on your monitor. You can also print the message, save it to a text file, and extract file attachments.

Easy to Use Encryptomatic's Outlook .MSG Viewer is simple to use. It may be optionally installed as the default .msg file handler. This enables you to display a .msg file by simply double clicking it.
Extracts File Attachments from Outlook .MSG Message Files
Users can extract and save to disk any file attachments that were included in the Outlook .msg file, a useful feature not found in other viewers of this price class. To extract email attachments, just double click on the file attachment and save it to a directory.

unable to open e-mail attachment - viewer-screen.jpg What it Doesn't Do
The MSG Viewer is designed to give you quick access to an .msg file's text contents, file attachments and header information. It does not render colors, formatting or graphics, and it is not a full featured substitute for Outlook. With an RTF message with colored text and font formatting, the text will appear in black and white and the paragraph formatting will be lost (as in the message above). MSG Viewer displays only Western characters.

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