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Remove Attachments

Remove Attachments
Deletes attachments from messages, contacts, appointments, meetings, tasks, notes, journal entries and other Outlook items by file mask.
Version: 4.21 released on August 22, 2022.
(4.9 / 146 reviews)

Remove Attachments for Outlook
"Remove Attachments" has an advanced version

Main features

  • Removes attachments from any Outlook items in all selected folders, including subfolders.
  • Deletes embedded (attached) messages, contacts, appointments and meetings, tasks, notes and other Outlook items.
  • Can remove hidden attachments.
  • Provides filtering by item types, names, extensions and sizes of attachments, and by message dates.
  • Works with Outlook search folders, allowing you to filter messages even more flexibly.
  • Able to run directly from Outlook, removing attachments from the selected messages at once.
  • Integrates with Outlook rules, automatically removing attachments from incoming messages.
  • Contains a separate application for deleting attachments without having to start Outlook.
  • Allows the application to remove attachments from the command line.

Why use Remove Attachments for Outlook?

When intensively working with email, messages with attachments accumulate in the "Sent Items" and other Outlook folders. In addition, appointments and meetings, contacts, tasks and other Outlook items can also contain various attachments.

Outlook allows you to remove attachments from one message only. To delete attachments from several messages, you must open each message and select the attachments. Only then does it become possible to delete them. It is easy to make mistakes and delete the necessary attachments. Removing multiple attachments from messages in different folders manually is a complex and time-consuming task. Our utility will do it automatically for you, both quickly and correctly.

How to use the utility

To delete unnecessary attachment files:

  1. launch the utility,
  2. select the Outlook folders,
  3. specify the required settings,
  4. start the removal process.

Here, you can deal with attachments of any types from any Outlook items; even blocked and hidden attachments.

Using the command line in your batch files and scripts allows you to remove attachments from PST files, different Outlook and Exchange Server mailboxes, and delete attachments by 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. Free version may have additional limitations.


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