EmlViewer Pro makes email metadata accessible, including internet transport header information embedded within an email message. This information is often hard or impossible to access in a standard email client.
Email transport header data and properties data is useful for verifying the authenticity of an email message. It can show the server path that the message took on it’s way to the destination inbox. Note that if the .eml file you are looking at was created locally, there will be no transport header; only emails that have traversed the internet will contain transport header information.
To access transport header details for a .eml file, first open the message in EmlViewer Pro, then go to Mail>Properties.
.Eml file properties view.
The Mail Information window appears. You can select among three different tabs. The first shows the general email information, including facts such as Subject, From, to, CC:, BCC:, delivery time, the time the message was sent (or submitted), etc.
General information tab
To view the transport header information, simply click the tab in EmlViewer Pro called, Transport Header. You’ll be able to see all of the data, including the Return-path info, dates, and message-ID information.
Eml File Transport Header Information
Every .eml file will contain properties that are not readily accessible to normal email users. In a forensic investigation, these properties can be useful and revealing. With EmlViewer Pro, the Properties Tree tab will provide full access these properties. You can navigate the entire properties tree with simple clicks, and view their values.
Professionals who regularly work with E-Mail understand the importance of being able to batch convert a large number of .eml email files to a text format. Whether you need an easily searchable text version of E-Mails, or if you just need to capture basic E-Mail header information in a text format, EmlViewer Pro can help. This capability is included with every copy of EmlViewer Pro.
How to Convert .Eml to CSV
To follow along with this tutorial, download a free trial of EmlViewer Pro. The trial will allow you to export up to 50 E-Mails per export operation. This restriction is of course removed from the registered version of the software.
When EmlViewer Pro first starts, use the folder explorer on your left hand side to select the folder where your .eml files are stored. EmlViewer Pro will then read those E-Mail files into an organized list.
If you want to convert all of the E-Mails in the list to .csv/text, you can select them all for export by typing Ctrol-A. Selected E-Mails will be highlighted in blue.
Next select the Export tab.
From the drop down list, choose the CSV export profile, as shown in the image below.
Select CSV Export Profile
The last step is to click the “Export” button to begin the operation. EmlViewer Pro will proceed with saving the select .eml E-Mails into a text-based Comma Separated Values (CSV) file. The .CSV file will be written to a folder location that you indicate.
Clicking on the .CSV file will cause it to open in your default spreadsheet application. In the image below, the CSV file has been opened in Microsoft Office Excel 2013.
.Eml Files Imported to Microsoft Excel From a .CSV File.
The E-Mail content has now been organized into columns that include the following fields:
From, Subject, Date, To, CC, Message Body, file attachment information, and a link to the original .eml file.
These columns can re-arranged or deleted, searched or otherwise manipulated.
While the trial version of EmlViewer Pro restricts export operations to 50 E-Mails, there is no limited to the number of .Eml files that may be converted to .CSV in the registered version.
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