I am having the exact same issue with IMap and Exchange. winmail.dat PDF attachments and .xls attachments. It appears to happen when the sender is using Outlook exchange....This is a HUGE problem for me....
Hi guys, I have the same issue. A very annoying issue at that. It seems to randomly occur with attachments of various types (pdf, images, docs etc). Checking the same email on different occasions will yield different results (i.e. sometimes the attachments will show, but more oftenly won't appear). Clicking "Save Attachments" or "Save..." will always work - just that the attachments don't appear in the email itself. This means I reluctantly have to log directly into gmail to view attachments.
Dale Ossip John...
on 13 Apr, 2018 02:00 PM
We continue to have the same problem. Even rebuilding the cache does not resolve it. We use the mail client in our business. It has many features which we want. However the ongoing issue of not being able to see attachment and having to go back to the Apple Mail.App is intolerable and unworkable. The developer has offered no meaningful solutions. It is embarrassing to discover from our clients that they have sent attachments that we cannot recover. It is my hope that at some point that the developer will bring this software into practical use in a business environment. We would like to use the software when it is commercially useable.
I have just experienced the same problem. Client sent an email with two PDF files attached. Only one of them showed and that was deemed to be corrupted. However when I opened the email using Apple mail, both attachments were there and they were both fine.
Please fix this as it caused some embarrasement when I accused my client of sending a corrupt file..