Name of an attached file seen when the mail transport agent is set up to encode attachments using the MS-TNEF format.

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How can I confirm if Exchange 2010 is configured to always use TNEF when sending to certain domains?

I suspect that Exchange 2010 is configured to use the TNEF message format when sending to certain recipient domains. Where can I check (server-side) to confirm if this is the case? I'm familiar with ...
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Outlook receives winmail.txt attachment instead of Excel, PowerPoint or Word attachments from Lotus notes senders

Ok so the title pretty much says it all. We are offering a Hosted Exchange solution for our customer. Everything is working fine except for one customer complaining that he is receiving winmail.dat ...
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Decode TNEF / winmail.dat in whole Maildir

because of a transition from MS Exchange to Courier IMAP, all our old mail messages have a winmail.dat attachment, which sometimes contains also the message's original attachments. I am looking for a ...