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Feature request: Rename attachments in Message Composition window

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Feature request: Rename attachments in Message Composition window
Many times I want to forward an email with an attachment, but I may want to rename the attachment depending on the audience. There is no way to do this in the Outlook Message composition window. I would like a feature that maybe opened a window that lists the attachment names in text fields that allows the user to rename the attachments (at least the filename portion and not the extension).
Troy, thank you for your suggestion! We'll consider to implement this feature in one of the next versions.
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