EML file reader for reading emailed conversations to a channel
Related to the recent "Forward an email to a channel".
The full email is attached as an EML file. But it needs to be downloaded to read.
Please build an EML file reader into the application and browser experience. It will be valuable to read the full email without downloading.
Rodolfo González commented
Teams is able to open eml files vía Files Tab, Idk why ask to download the message, this is not intuitive neither practical.
There is now an eml reader if you open the email from the files tab, but the obvious way of getting to the email (via the view original email link in the post) still results in downloading the eml file. Combine this with the fact that windows default handling of eml files is to start mail and prompt you to set up an account, even if you have outlook installed, and it gets messy very quickly.
Phil Patelis commented
This would be a really handy feature to have.
Danel Senn commented
It is frustrating. Outlook and Teams, both applications are from Microsoft, but the Integration is very bad. Also drag and drop wont work. I'm totally surprised.
杉山 徳光 commented
I am using Mailsware Email Converter Toolkit.
Synchronize Teams' EML File Folder to your local PC.
It is possible to display a folder on the local PC like OUTLOOK.
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James Emanuelli commented
It is frustrating that there is no native EML reader, can't even open in O365 Outlook which would make sense.
Dennis Langenberg commented
Definitly a good suggestion just ran into the same issue.
YES. This is an absolute must for non-technical users.
Mark Schwenk commented
This current implementation is very inconvenient. Having used email since the 1980s and webmail for more than a decade, I was really jarred by the idea that I need to download an email message from the teams application that I am using and then open it in a separate application. This interface seems so foreign that it makes me feel that the designers or developers of this feature must be from a different planet.