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Version — released on 10 February, 2017

  • An update for the mechanism for prevention of a system security warning from Outlook when trying to access items has been implemented. This warning appeared in systems of some languages after installation of Outlook 2016.

Version 1.9.2 — released on 5 July, 2016

  • New: the following archive types are now supported: .7z, .gz, .bz2, .tar, .cab, .iso. The previous versions supported .zip and .rar only.
  • New: the Read/Unread status of the message can be printed now.
  • New: the “Export to PDF” option is added: the message can be converted to the PDF file and saved into the specified location.
  • Fixed: the issue with processing compressed directories and folder trees within the attached archives is resolved.

Version 1.9 — released on 4 February, 2016

  • Support for Microsoft Outlook 2016 has been added.

Version 1.8.2 — released on 27 March, 2014

  • Compatibilty with Microsoft Office 2013 Service Pack 1 (KB2817430) is added.
  • Support for automatic printing in Outlook is added; that alternative method enables auto printing without using regular Outlook rules.

Version 1.8.1 — released on 28 November, 2012

  • Support for Microsoft Outlook 2013 has been added;
  • Support for Microsoft Windows 8 has been added.

Version 1.8 — released on 02 August, 2011

  • A possibility to print PDF attachments by using alternate method of printing has been added.

Version 1.7.8 — released on 12 February, 2010

  • Support for Windows 7 has been added.
  • Support for Microsoft Office 2010 Beta has been added.

Version 1.7.6 — released on 12 December, 2006

  • Support for Windows Vista has been added.
  • Support for Microsoft Office 2007 has been added.

Version 1.7.5 — released on 20 November, 2006

  • The error of printing a big number of files has been fixed.
  • The error of printing messages in html format with embedded images in Outlook 2003 has been fixed.
  • Support for Windows Vista RC2 has been added.

Version 1.7.4 — released on October 30, 2006

  • The add-in is fully compatible with Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 (Beta 2 TR).

Version 1.7.3 — released on April 14, 2006

  • Program Install Wizard has been improved.
  • The "Help" section has been enhanced.
  • The list of company's products and their description has been updated.

Version 1.7.2 — released on January 19, 2006

  • New feature has been added: now it is possible to select a printer to print the attachments automatically.

Version 1.7.1 — released on December 30, 2005

  • German language interface has been added.

Version 1.7 — released on July 18, 2005

  • Russian language interface has been added.

Version 1.6 — released on June 8, 2005

  • ".Tif" image processing component has been improved.

Version 1.5 — released on May 6, 2005

  • "Bcc:" printing has been added.

Version 1.4 — released on February 9, 2005

  • Added compatibility for messages processed with the Attachmens Processor.

Version 1.3 — released on November 5, 2004

  • Automatic recognition of paper orientation has been added.

Version 1.2 — released on September 23, 2004

  • Issue with the printing of PDF attachments has been fixed.

Version 1.1 — released on August 27, 2004

  • Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 compatibility issues have been fixed.
  • Product was tested with Windows XP 64-bit Edition, no known issues.
  • Product was tested with Windows XP and AMD Athlon 64, no known issues.

Version 1.0 — released on August 6, 2004

  • First public version.
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