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.ECF File Extension

2 file types use the .ecf file extension.

File Type 1Outlook Add-in

DeveloperMicrosoft
Popularity
4.1 (153 Votes)
CategoryPlugin Files
FormatN/A

What is an ECF file?

An ECF file is an add-in used by Microsoft Outlook, an email client. It contains information that adds extra features, such as enhanced security or increased productivity, to Outlook.

More Information

Add-ins are integrations developed to enhance the functionality of Outlook. They are developed by third-parties and can be accessed through the Office store or other websites. Add-ins may be available for a variety of purposes, such as providing access to the Google marketplace in Outlook, fighting spam, advanced email snippet managing, or adding advanced print tools to Outlook.

Add-ins are installed and managed differently, depending on the version of Outlook:

  • Outlook 2003 and older - Tools → Options → Other → Advanced Options → Add-In Manager....
  • Outlook 2007 - Tools → Trust Center → Add-Ins.
  • Outlook 2010 - File → Options → Trust Center → Trust Center Settings → Add-ins.
  • Outlook 2013 & 2016 - File → Options → Add-ins.
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Programs that open ECF files
Updated 3/2/2018

File Type 2SageCRM Component File

DeveloperThe Sage Group
Popularity
3.8 (43 Votes)
CategoryExecutable Files
FormatN/A

.ECF File Association 2

Contains component elements created by SageCRM Customer Relationship Management software; generated when associated .ES script files are created; may include fields, tabs, buttons, and other elements that are used within the program.

More Information

ECF files are named "COMPONENT.ECF" by default and are saved in the "\CRM\<installname >\inf" directory along with the ES script files.

Programs that open ECF files
Updated 2/22/2019

About ECF Files

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