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ATT File Format

Data file commonly used with Web forms

ATT is a file extension for a data file commonly used with web forms. Web form data is output to a file called POSTDATA.ATT. ATT files contain binary data, organized similarly to a Comma Separated Value (CSV) file. ATT files can be opened by a text editor or Post Data Spider. ATT files can also be imported into an Excel spreadsheet using the Import Wizard.

 

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I get these. Type of files in emails and can't open them.
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I receive these files in emails and cannot open them. I don,t know what they are and the sender has no knowlege of them. Are they dangerous?
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i sometimes get these files when i download a gif or jpg. i just delete them. doesn't seem to harm anything. the .gif .jpg files still open ok
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its an app installed on my disk so I was wondering if I could uninstall it without hurting anything
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I often get an .att file as an attachment for an appointment.
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