|⇒ Category:||Text Files|
|⇒ Developer:||Microsoft Corporation|
📌 .EML object is acknowledged as an email message, stored and opened up in scope of the particular email app, like Outlook, The Bat! or other competitive tools. The .EML resources include the email body, as well as the generated date of the message transfer, data regarding the recipients, sender and the subject of the email content. As a miscellaneous option, the .EML container may also involve one or more e-message attachments, shared and opened along with the main topic and content. Originally, the format was invented by Microsoft enterprise in order to maintain compliance with essential RFC 5322 protocol, which considers the primary rules and obligations for sending and exchanging file data between diverse PC stations and mobile devices, defined later.
📌 The files with the .EML extension can be monitored, viewed, opened and explored by all major email clients, downloaded and preinstalled on your actual device prior to using the tool. The objects are compliant with all global desktop and mobile platforms, including Linux and iOS. However, from the very start the .EML format has been initially oriented on modern Windows systems and its predecessors.