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the MFA file extension!

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MFA file extension - Microsoft Site Server report definition file

What is mfa file? How to open mfa files?

File type specification:

Document file type icon Document file type

The MFA file extension is related to Microsoft Site Server and used for files that contain report definition files.

Microsoft Site Server, first released in 1996, was Microsoft's solution to the growing difficulty of managing complex websites which included multiple technologies, such as user management and authentication/authorization, content management, analysis, and indexing and search. Site Server 2.0, released in early 1997, incorporated electronic commerce technology from Microsoft Merchant Server, Microsoft's first effort at providing a solution to the growing business of Internet-based commerce (or e-commerce). During the course of its evolution (culminating with Site Server 3.0), Site Server expanded on Merchant Server's functionality by annexing content management tools; which would typically be involved, it was thought, in facilitating the management of Web-facing content. Consequently, Site Server became not only a solution for businesses wanting to sell products online, but companies who had corporate intranet servers hosting documents.

Most likely no longer used file format.

Help how to open MFA files:

Currently there is no specific information available, about how to open this file extension.

For general information try to look at:
Basic info how to open documents

How to convert file with extension MFA:

Currently there is no specific information available, about how to convert this file extension.

For general information try to look at:
Basic info how to convert documents

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