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Save Attachments from MBOX

Save Attachments from MBOX
Extracts attachments from MBOX email database files to the specified folder. It makes the attachments easier to work with and allows you to remove them later completely.
Version: 4.21 released on August 22, 2022.
(4.6 / 82 reviews)

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

Sometimes, you may need to save attachments from many MBOX email message database files or from large MBOX files. For example, archiving the entire message base from Gmail using Gmail Takeout creates huge MBOX files. The usual way to save attachments from such a database is to import all messages to Outlook (by using our utility for importing MBOX files), find the required files, and then save them (by using one of our tools for saving attachments). This is inconvenient, slow, time-consuming, and requires extra space on your hard disk. This utility allows you to avoid this and saves attachments directly from all MBOX files in the selected folders.

Key benefits of the utility:

  • Extracts attachments to files, while keeping the folder structure.
  • Can save embedded messages.
  • Can save hidden and inline Outlook attachments.
  • Allows you to filter attachments by name, extension, size of attachments, and message dates.
  • Saves attachments from any MBOX file formats, including Gmail Takeout, Mozilla Thunderbird, Opera Mail, Eudora, Mac Mail, and others.
  • Provides the additional command line application to batch save attachments from MBOX files in multiple locations.
  • There are no restrictions on the size or number of MBOX files being processed.

This utility saves attachments from message base files of MBOX format. To save attachments from MBOX files in the selected folder, simply specify the location on your drive or network resource for attachment files, set filters on the file types and attachment names, message dates, and run the utility. When saving, the tool can recreate the original folder structure of MBOX files and save special attachments, such as embedded Outlook items, hidden attachments, and inline attachments in the body of the message.

When you save attachments using this utility, you can use macros to name and structure folders. This allows you to group the saved attachments by date, message subject, sender, recipient’s domain, optional message fields, and other properties. The command line tool can help you automate the process of saving attachments and run it by a 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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