ytnef - export files from TNEF archives
ytnef [+-][afvF] filename [filename [...]]
This manual page documents briefly the ytnef program.
This manual page was written for the Debian™ distribution because the original program does not have a manual page.
ytnef is a command line utility which allows parsing and extracting the files contained in TNEF attachments, also known as winmail.dat attachments.
Option flags are enabled when preceded by minus sign and disabled when preceded by plus sign.
- Enables/disables saving of intermediate files.
- Enables/disables saving of attachments.
- Enables/disables verbose output. This option can be specified multiple times to increase/decrease the verbosity level of output.
- Enables/disables saving of the message body as RTF.
- Displays a brief help message.
Returns the number of files which failed to be parsed.
- ytnef -v winmail.dat
- Parse winmail.dat with verbose output, don't save files.
- ytnef -f . winmail.dat
- Parse and save all attachments in winmail.dat to the current directory.
- ytnef -F -f . winmail.dat
- Parse and save all attachments in winmail.dat to the current directory, also save the message text to a RTF file.
Copyright © 2020 Ricardo Mones
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