According to our registry, Microsoft Outlook is capable of opening the files listed below. It is possible that Microsoft Outlook can convert between the listed formats as well, the application’s manual can provide information about it.
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There are currently 17 file extension(s) associated to the Microsoft Outlook application in our database.
- Microsoft Outlook E-Mail Message
- Microsoft Outlook Template
- Microsoft Outlook Profile
- Microsoft Outlook Personal Folder File
- iCalendar File
- Microsoft Outlook Offline Folder File
- Microsoft Outlook Personal Address Book
- Microsoft Restricted Permission Message
- Microsoft Exchange Security Settings
- Microsoft Outlook Offline Address Book
- Microsoft Outlook 2000 Auto Complete Nick List
- Microsoft Outlook 2002 Auto Complete Nick List
- Microsoft Outlook Known Feed List
- Microsoft Outlook 2003 E-mail Cookies Data
- PKCS #7 Compressed Message
- Microsoft Outlook E-Mail Rules Data
- Microsoft Outlook Message Log
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