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Discuss utility related to linked attachments here.
Hi, after I run the utility, the attachment were removed, saved on the right folders but the Outlook would not let me the links because of Security limitations. Any advice?
Ali, install the ReliefJet Essentials for Outlook software product. It provides a free Outlook Tweaker which allows to enable linked attachments (just check the Allow linked attachments and restart the Outlook).
I'm having this same issue on Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2003. I tried following the advice above, but I get the error when trying to install ReliefJet.
Here's a fix:

To configure the AllowAttachByRe­f registry entry, add a DWORD value named AllowAttachByRe­f that has a value of 1. To add this registry entry, follow these steps:

1. Click Start, click Run, type regedit in the Open box, and then click OK.

2. Locate and then click one of the following subkeys in the registry:

Outlook 2010 (version 14.0)
HKEY_CURRENT_US­ER\Software\Mic­rosoft\Office\1­4.0\Outlook\Sec­urity
Or:
HKEY_CURRENT_US­ER\Software\Pol­icies\Microsoft­\Office\14.0\Ou­tlook\Security

Outlook 2007 (version 12.0)
HKEY_CURRENT_US­ER\Software\Mic­rosoft\Office\1­2.0\Outlook\Sec­urity
Or:
HKEY_CURRENT_US­ER\Software\Pol­icies\Microsoft­\Office\12.0\Ou­tlook\Security

Outlook 2003 (version 11.0)
HKEY_CURRENT_US­ER\Software\Mic­rosoft\Office\1­1.0\Outlook\Sec­urity
Or:
HKEY_CURRENT_US­ER\Software\Pol­icies\Microsoft­\Office\11.0\Ou­tlook\Security

Outlook 2002 (version 10.0)
HKEY_CURRENT_US­ER\Software\Mic­rosoft\Office\1­0.0\Outlook\Sec­urity
Or:
HKEY_CURRENT_US­ER\Software\Pol­icies\Microsoft­\Office\10.0\Ou­tlook\Security

3. On the Edit menu, point to New, and then click DWORD Value.

4. Type AllowAttachByRe­f for the name of the DWORD, and then press ENTER.

5. Right-click AllowAttachByRe­f, and then click Modify.

6. In the Value data box, type 1, and then click OK.

7. Exit Registry Editor, and then restart the computer.
Thanks for sharing! This is actually a Microsoft KB2271150. Tweaker simplifies this procedure allowing user not to edit registry by hands.
Great utility! After you run the utility, you must compact your pst file to see a reduction in file size. I went from a 4 gig pst to a 1 gig pst file. The attachment folder was 3 gigs. Math works.

All this takes hours. The initial "detachment" and subsequent compression. Patience helps.

The attachments can no longer be previewed. They must be opened with the helper application. I opened a pdf and the properties box showed me that the file was located in the new attachments folder.

The registry fix for enabling opening of Outlook attachments worked. It's easy to do it manually.
hello where can i find the tool for unblocking attachment in Outlokk 2013 ?+
The free Outlook Tweaker

I downloaded Reliefjet but cant find the tool !!
Leif Mogensen,
We have removed ReliefJet Tweaker from ReliefJet Essentials.

Now, you can download it from ReliefJet website:
ReliefJet Tweaker for Outlook
No installation is required.
Outlook Freeware, I keep getting a "System:Failed to save message" error. I have tried several different folders on different drives and I keep getting the same error. Anyone know how to fix this?
Danny King,

Please contact us at with this issue. Provide the screenshot of the utility configuration and the error.
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