What most Outlook users need is a feature to manage multiple attachments which are collected in one huge pile of incoming mail and cannot be reorganized. Attachments Processor serves to deal with the files from the emails and improve the performance of the mail client which will not have to work with the attachments in each letter. One of the numerous features it is characteristic of is the ability to resize the emails. It strips attachments from outlook emails and leaves a link or a description of the file that was attached to it. The file itself is safe and is not damaged. It is stored on your hard drive or a local drive or some other place where you would like it to be stored. This feature simplifies the process of scanning, opening and working with your emails as the client does not have to address the file from its database until you ask for it. When saving the attachment you will be provided all the necessary options to organize your incoming file storage in the proper way.
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I have been using Attachments Processor for my corporate email, and given me countless hours of productivity back. Given the number of document-heavy projects I work on with people outside of our company, my gigabyte quota would only get me through about three months of email. With Attachments Processor, I can now keep two years of email in my inbox because the attachments are stored in My Documents. In addition to enabling me to keep project correspondence together on the email server instead of scattered across PSTs, I have saved many wasted project hours on the onerous job of sorting, archiving and deleting email just so the flow of critical project documentation isn't locked down by quota restrictions. It's amazing how much this automation has improved my productivity!