.MMF File Extension

There are 3 file types use the .MMF file extension:

  1. Meal-Master Recipe File
  2. Synthetic Music Mobile Application File
  3. Microsoft Message File

1. Meal-Master Recipe File

Meal-Master Recipe File
  • Developer Episoft Systems
  • Popularity
    3.4 (5 votes)
  • Category Data Files
  • Format Text

Recipe saved in the Meal-Master format, a standard recipe format supported by several different recipe programs; stores recipe ingredients and related information in a plain text format.

Many recipe programs allow you to export recipes as MMF files using the File → Export option. The resulting MMF file can then be opened in another application that supports the MMF format.

To import an MMF file in MacGourmet, follow these steps:

  1. Open the MacGourmet application.
  2. Select File → Import...
  3. Select "Meal-Master" from the Format drop down menu.
  4. Select your MMF file from its saved location and click Import.

NOTE: The Meal-Master format was first used by Meal-Master, a DOS-based recipe creation program.

Software's name License Platforms
Cookbook Wizard Cookbook Wizard Paid Windows
Mariner MacGourmet Deluxe Mariner MacGourmet Deluxe Commercial Mac

Updated: April 27, 2016

2. Synthetic Music Mobile Application File

Synthetic Music Mobile Application File
  • Developer Yamaha
  • Popularity
    3.3 (8 votes)
  • Category Audio Files
  • Format N/A

Yamaha SMAF sound file format created for mobile devices; commonly used for cell phone ring tones, but also supports the display of text and graphics; can be created from .WAV or .MID files using Yamaha SMAF Tools.

Addtional information about the SMAF format, as well as tools for creating and playing SMAF files, are available from Yamaha's SMAF Global website.

Software's name License Platforms
Yamaha MidRadio Player Yamaha MidRadio Player Free MacWindows

Updated: December 19, 2016

3. Microsoft Message File

Microsoft Message File
  • Developer Microsoft
  • Popularity
    2.5 (2 votes)
  • Category Data Files
  • Format N/A

Mail message format used by the Windows NT Mail client; contains a collection of e-mail messages created or received with Windows NT Mail; located in the "C:\Winnt35\" directory and named "[username].mmf" by default.

NOTE: Outlook Express is not designed to read MMF files. However, you can import them into Microsoft Exchange as a Personal Information Store (.PST) files, then import the messages into Outlook Express.

Software's name License Platforms
Microsoft Exchange Server Microsoft Exchange Server Commercial Windows
Microsoft NT Mail Microsoft NT Mail Windows
Microsoft Outlook Microsoft Outlook Commercial MacWindows

Updated: August 6, 2009

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