EML was designed to store e-mail messages in the form of a plain text file. It is structured with a header and main body, the header consists of the email address of both the sender and recipient, the subject and time and date the email was sent. The main message area of the email is described as the body and can contain hyperlinks and file attachments.
EML files were created to comply with the industry RFC 822 standard which is the standard format for Arpa Internet text messages first conceived in August 1982. EML files contain plain ASCII text for the headers and the main message body and may be exported for the purposes of archiving and storage.
Apple Mail IncrediMail Microsoft Outlook Microsoft Windows Live Mail Mozilla Thunderbird
Web pages are predominately marked up in HTML, these are then displayed through browsers such as Safari, Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox. It provides a means to describe the structure of text-based information in a document by denoting certain text as headings, paragraphs, links etc and to supplement that text with interactive forms, embedded images, and other objects. HTML source code is used by the Web browser and typically not seen by the user. The RAW HTML can be viewed by choosing View Source from the Web browsers view menu or by opening the HTML file in a text editor.
Any Web Browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Google Chrome)