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Import Documents and Files

Import Documents and Files
Imports documents, images and other files to the specified Outlook folder. It is possible to retain the original folder structure.
Version: 4.21 released on August 22, 2022.
Tags: import
(4.8 / 127 reviews)

Import Documents and Files for Outlook
"Import Documents and Files" has an advanced version

One of the unique features of Microsoft Outlook is the ability to store documents, images, and other files directly in mailbox folders, PST data files, and in Exchange Server Public Folders. Working with such file libraries is convenient because shared access to them is provided automatically and requires no additional configuration. It's easy to add files – just drag and drop the document from the folder on your disk to the Outlook folder. However, among the built-in features, there is no one that loads many files into Outlook or Exchange folders preserving the folder structure. This utility automatically imports folders with files on your disk or network share into Outlook, keeping the original folder structure and provides additional features.

Key utility benefits:

  • Imports documents, images, and other data from files on your disk to Outlook and Exchange Server folders, keeping the original folder structure.
  • Supports filtering by different file types. You can include or exclude required file extensions.
  • Can correctly set the dates of uploaded documents. After the import is done, you can sort and select documents by dates right in Outlook.
  • Can automatically move imported files to another folder on the disk that enables you to perform periodic import without duplicates.
  • Provides a standalone launcher application, an Outlook add-in, and a command line.

To import documents, images, and other files from folders on your disk or network share to Outlook folders or Exchange Server Public Folders, specify the source folder, destination folder, and then run the utility. Enable importing of subfolders and specify filters by file names such as *.docx, *.jpg and others. The utility automatically imports the files of the specified types into the specified Outlook folder and, if necessary, loads the subfolders and creates the original folder structure in Outlook.

To automate the importing of files into Outlook mailboxes and Exchange Server Public Folders, a command-line application is provided for your batch files and scripts.

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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. Free version may have additional limitations.


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