Outlook attachment Extractor is most relevant software used to remove unlimited attachments from Outlook and save them to secure location. The software is capable to read multiple PST at the same time.
May 11, 2013 14:09:22
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: Some time we get annoy by problems with MS Outlook .Oversize and slow performance are two main problems which we seen all time when we access Outlook. These problems are arises due to huge attachments and we need to find out solution of these problems.
Now we provide you most significant solution that helps you to get free from these problems. Outlook Attachment Extractor software is one of best tool for Outlook users to extract unlimited attachments and save them to different place. The software created separate folders for all extracted attachments. The software makes available three different ways to extract attachments from Outlook.
• Folder Hierarchy
• Folder Hierarchy Subject wise
• No folder Hierarchy
Outlook attachment extractor support all versions of MS windows (2000, 2003, 2008, XP, Vista, Windows 7, windows 8) and both version of Ms Outlook (32 bit and 64 bit).
Demo version of Outlook attachment Extractor software is available for Outlook user. You can examine the software before investing money. Demo version allows you to extract prior 20 attachments, considering 5 PST at a time. If you satisfy with demo version then you can buy the software by paying $ 49 for single user and $149 for business license. For any query regarding software feel free to contact our customer support executive 24X7 hours.
Outlook Express Attachment Extractor 1.62 Outlook Express Attachment Extractor can save and extract all the attachments from your Oultook Express e-mails and deposit them in a specified folder. Attachments can be saved and
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