From NirSoft Freeware:
OutlookAttachView scans all messages stored in your Outlook and displays the list of all attached files that it finds. You can easily select one or more attachments and save all of them into the desired folder, as well as you can delete unwanted large attachments that take too much disk space in your mailbox. You can also save the list of attachments into XML, HTML, text, or CSV file.
What's new in this version: Version 2.60 added option to save and load the entire configuration of OutlookAttachView ('Save Configuration' and 'Load Configuration' under the File menu).
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"Does what I need for it to do!"
Version: OutlookAttachView 2.37
Under active development
Has a 64-bit version
Haven't uncovered any
I send a lot of PDF attachments to my customers. They are usually quotations, and I frequently need to open one, when a customer has a question, or is ready to place their order. This small program makes it easier to locate what I'm looking for! It has really come in handy. If you have installed the program and aren't getting any results, adjusting the filters, e. g. file type, date range, etc., may solve that issue.
"will not save the update"
Version: OutlookAttachView 1.30
it provides you an updated list of your attachments but does not save the updated version
useless served no purpose
See question 3.
"Handy Top 20 Utility"
Version: OutlookAttachView 1.11
None I can think of
Great little utility. May well become part of my Top 20. Very useful for SMBs where there are limitations on Mailbox size or just individuals with pst's that are growing out of control.
My usual MO is that I receive large attachments from clients; save off the attachment to work on; but then I have to save the email for billing purposes and other record keeping needs.
I prefer the programs "clean" option. Using the utility it finds the largest offenders in attachment size in my mailbox. I then clean select and clean messages, which effectively deletes the large attachment, but leaves a small stub in each email that shows both the file name and the extension.
Thus I can effectively trim my pst by ~100MB - 200MB in a ten minute session, while still keeping the essence of the attachments if I ever have to go back and trace work done for a particular customer, and follow the thread od the conversations and related attachments
"Didn't work at all for me."
Version: OutlookAttachView 1.11
Nothing to like since it didn't work for me.
Ran it as instructed and even though I had plenty of attachments in Outlook (not Outlook Express) it found nothing.
Win 2000 & Outlook Outlook 2000 SR-1
What else can I say.