.NRL files


G

Gilly

i have an email with an attachment that i cannot open. It is a .NRL type
file, what program can i open it with
 
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K

K. Orland

Hi Gilly

Whatis.com's Every File Format in the World shows the same results as
Vince's.
http://whatis.techtarget.com/fileFormatA/0,289933,sid9,00.html

If you're wondering what iManage is:
http://www.smartsolutionsonline.com/imanage.htm

I did a quick search to see if there was a free iManage reader, but found
nothing specific. You may be able to open from Word, Word Perfect, or Adobe
but I couldn't see any specific instructions unless you are an iManage user.

--
Kathleen Orland

http://www.howto-outlook.com/
 
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V

Vanguard \(NPI\)

Gilly said:
i have an email with an attachment that i cannot open. It is a .NRL type
file, what program can i open it with


Collaboration software (when you aren't using Exchange to use the built-in
functionality of Outlook to work with the Exchange server) requires that ALL
the users are using the same collaboration software and/or server. Your
sender's attachment is probably trying to add something, like calendaring
for a meeting request, but you can't use it because you are not a member of
their collaboration organization. The 3rd party collaboration software
doesn't use the built-in Exchange functionality of Outlook and instead
relies on getting attachments that means something special only to that
particular collaboration client program. Tell your sender to fix their
setup when sending mails outside their collaborative organization. Or maybe
you are supposed to be in their collaboration group but haven't yet
installed the required client software.
 

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