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📌 .CRWL stands out as a log text object, generated and opened up by the indexing process executed by MS Exchange, SharePoint Server or Windows Search processes. .CRWL data sources consist of the files which were “crawled” as a result of the indexing procedure execution. In the general way, the .CRWL files are saved and stored with a corresponding .GTHR container. Both SharePoint Server and MS Exchange generate .GTHR entries in order to recognize messages and documents which were not indexed successfully. In the basic way, they can be viewed and opened by gthrlog.vbs command-line utility, accessible in Windows visual shell by default, without any preliminary installations.
📌 You may apply a basic text editor to read, view, open and discover .CRWL text files without any encoding applied. Even if there is no official support announced of the format by a typically preferential daily text editor, you can make use of the embedded text handling app in order to reveal the .CRWL extension contents.