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Save Attachments

Saves attachments from messages, contacts, appointments, meetings, tasks, notes, journal entries and other Outlook items to the specified folder by file mask. It is possible to retain the original folder structure.
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Save Attachments for Outlook
"Save Attachments" has an advanced version

Outlook allows you to save attachments from one message at a time only. If there are many messages, and they are in different folders, it is difficult and laborious to save attachments manually. This utility will save the required attachment types from messages in the selected date range quickly and reliably. Sorting attachments into folders on the disk enables you not to get lost in where these attachments were saved.

Key program benefits:

  • Saves attachments of any Outlook items from all selected folders with subfolders.
  • Saves the original Outlook folder structure on your disk or network share.
  • Supports filtering by types of Outlook items, names and extensions of attachments, message dates.
  • Can automatically rename files with the same name.
  • Able to work directly in Outlook, allowing you to save attachments from selected messages or run the tool directly from the Outlook ribbon.
  • Integrates with Outlook rules, automatically saving attachments from incoming messages according to the specified criteria.
  • Works with Outlook search folders, saving message attachments using advanced Outlook filters.
  • Provides a standalone application for saving attachments without starting Outlook and a command-line application for use in many scenarios.

The utility will save attachments from messages, appointments, meetings, contacts, tasks, notes and other Outlook items to a disk or network share quickly and safely. Using macros for the destination folder path gives you an excellent opportunity to catalog attachments by date, subject, sender, recipient, name or path to the original Outlook folder. The utility can be started directly from the Outlook rules. When new messages are received, attachments will be automatically saved to the specified directory.

If the saved attachments are no longer needed, you can delete them. This is one of the simplest and most efficient ways to reduce the size of a mailbox or PST data file. Using the command line in batch files and scripts allows you to save attachments from PST files, Exchange Server mailboxes of other users, and also work according to a specific schedule.

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* This utility is for non-commercial home use only. It will not run in domain enviroment. Some of the described features and support for domain enviroment are available in advanced version of the utility only.

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