HTML-compatible email message saved by ACT!, a contact management application; may contain plain text email message or HTML email message, and may also include one or more attachments.
The IMA format was introduced with ACT! 6.0.3 to replace the previous .DET email format. Unlike DET files, IMA files may include multiple attachments within a single file. Additionally, IMA files contain standard HTML code that may be viewed in a web browser.
File created by WinImage, a program used to read and write disk images; may contain a disk image of a floppy disk, hard drive, CD, or a virtual hard drive; used for mounting a virtual drive in software.
While IMA files can be used for storing multiple types of disk images, they are often used for creating disk images of 1.44MB 3.5" floppy disks.