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.IMA File Extension

2 file types use the .ima file extension.

File Type 1Disk Image

DeveloperN/A
Popularity
3.8 (6 Votes)
CategoryDisk Image Files
FormatBinary

What is an IMA file?

An IMA file contains a disk image of a floppy disk, hard drive, CD, or virtual hard drive (VHD). It stores the disk image as raw, unformatted binary data that can be mounted by various disk utility programs, such as WinImage, Nero, UltraISO, and MagicISO, in order for it to be readable by a computer.

More Information

IMA files are typically created by WinImage, a disk-imaging suite used to write, read, and edit disk images. WinImage users may create the IMA file to store multiple types of disk images but most often create the IMA file to store a disk image of a 1.44MB 3.5" floppy disk.

Users can compress IMA files using WinImage in order to save disk space. Compressed IMA files are created as .IMZ files by WinImage.

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Programs that open IMA files
Updated 3/7/2018

File Type 2Sage ACT! Email Message

DeveloperSage
Popularity
3.3 (12 Votes)
CategoryData Files
FormatN/A

.IMA File Association 2

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.

More Information

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.

NOTE: Sage ACT! became Swiftpage Act! in 2013.

Programs that open IMA files
Windows
Swiftpage Act!
Updated 7/9/2015

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