Yerase's TNEF Stream Reader
Simply run make, and make install. On some systems you may need to edit the Makefile to change the CC= & LINK= lines to use cc instead of gcc.
ytnef filename.dat - parse the file & print some basic information.
ytnef -v filename.dat - parse the file & print EVERYTHING. good for
ytnef -f . filename.dat - parse the file and save all of the attachments
to the local directory.
ytnef -h - See these and more options and examples.
Automatic stripping of TNEF streams using procmail:
If you want to use ytnefprocess, then make sure to do the following:
Build and install ytnef as described in the Installation section.
Make a directory
Make a directory
Install the MIME::Parser perl module. You can do this with:
perl -MCPAN -e shell (let it load) install MIME::Parser
Create a .procmailrc something like this:
PATH=/bin:/usr/bin HOME=/home/randall :0fw * > 0 | /usr/bin/ytnefprocess
and Voilà! you should be ready to go.
If you want additional information exported (to the vCalendar or vCard information), then use the -v option to try & find out where the information is. Then send the winmail.dat file, along with the -v listing to me (firstname.lastname@example.org) along with some information & justifications. It works best if you send several data files, showing the option in various states to back up your claim. For example, if you want me to parse recurrence patterns encoded in the TNEF stream, then send yourself several meeting requests with almost identical information, and several different recurrence patterns, and (hopefully) the only fields that change will the the UID & the recurrence information.
Don't hesitate to send support requests to me at email@example.com. I'll do what I can to help. Also don't hesitate to post bug reports or support/feature requests to https://github.com/Yeraze/ytnef/issues/new