Best tool to open .mht files on a Mac is Opera for Mac.
I regret deleting Windows Vista.
Last week I was sent a .mht file. And now I’m searching the Internet for a solution how to open this proprietary Microsoft file (my perception, but according to Wikipedia it is actually a proposed standard).
MS Word 2004 for Mac said something like this “is not a valid archive”.
I found this forum entry at Mac OS Hints.
The GraphicConverter way didn’t work for me. Only a small graphic file displayed. The rest of the content did not display. BTW, I’m not too fussed about GraphicConverter anyway. Maybe you use GC, if you only want to extract the images…
I’d recommend the Stuff It Expander way:
- Get the free version of Stuff It Expander and install it.
- Drag and drop the .mht file to the Stuff It Expander. Stuff It will create a folder with the same name as your file. Within this folder, there’ll be several files with the endings 00, 01, 02, etc. The first of these files is usually the .html file, while the following are image files.
- Add the ending
.htmlto the file labeled 00 and open with your standard browser… é voilà . Funziona.
Another (probably simpler) way is to get File Juicer.
The easiest way to read .mht files is to install Opera on your Mac. Open the file to see the contents directly. No further renaming or converting required.
Best Tool = Opera for Mac