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Save Attachments from EML

Save Attachments from EML
Extracts attachments from EML and EMLX files to the specified folder. It makes the attachments easier to work with and allows you to remove them later completely.
Version: 4.18 released on June 8, 2021.
(4.7 / 156 reviews)

Save Attachments from EML for Outlook
"Save Attachments from EML" has an advanced version

Large archives of email messages in EML format files can contain many attachments, such as documents, images, and other data you may need. To make them easier to work with, you need to extract these attachments on your disk or network share. After you save attachments from EML files, you can search, open, and edit them. After you change and rename the saved attachments, the original EML files remain intact, so this is a safe way to work with attachments, because you can always save attachments from EML files again.

Key benefits of the program:

  • Extracts attachments from EML files in subfolders if needed.
  • Creates the original folder structure for attachment files.
  • Supports attachment filtering by mask and message date range.
  • Can save inline attachments, such as pictures and documents, in message text.
  • Can save embedded items and hidden Outlook attachments.
  • Can be used in automated scenarios and scheduled runs.

This utility will save attachments from all EML files in a specific message date range from the selected folder on your disk or network share to the specified location. You can automatically process all subfolders and create the same folder structure for attachment files. It allows you to save or skip attachments of certain types and with specified names. The tool can save embedded Outlook items, inline attachments (such as pictures in text), and special hidden attachments that are not visible when you open EML files in Outlook. After you save attachments from EML files, you can remove them to reduce the size of your email archive by using the other utility we provide.

Thanks to the command line support, you can automate the process of saving attachments from EML files by using batch files, scripts, and Windows Task Scheduler.

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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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