Mac users typically complain that attachments sent from Outlook arrive as a winmail.dat file. I understand why this is happening, but I would like you to provide a fix for this problem. As it is, I have to put everything on the cloud and send links, I can hardly use attachments anymore unless I know the recipient uses windows.
Even when both users are using Outlook. I have one client emailing with Outlook connected to an Exchange server sending email to another client, also using Outlook but not using an Exchange server. The second user end's up receiving a winmail.dat file that is unusable. At the very least, the receiving Outlook should be able to open the winmail.dat file. Better would be a multplatform tool provided by Microsoft to extract the contents of the winmail.dat file. Ideally, ditch tnef and follow the standards all other email providers follow.
I have run into this same problem recently. Never had it before. Based on my research, looks like this was corrected back in 2017. So am assuming one of the updates through Windows365 has reared its ugly head again. So tired of being an unpaid Beta tester for your software.
Not just Mac users... Everybody using other e-mail client than Outlook already encounters this problem. Once again, is Microsoft able to make things as describe in standards ???
MICROSOFT IS NOT A STANDARD and I hope will never come !