Save emails and attachments as PDF

Combine and save emails and attachments to one PDF in Microsoft Outlook. Secure PDFs with a password or watermark with your name or logo. Forward emails as PDF, convert attachments of any types in outgoing emails or meeting requests to PDF before sending.

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Archiving business documents and emails to Pdf format

The PDF ISO standard opens up new opportunities for the long-term archiving of business documents and e-mails. By converting documents to PDF format for archiving instead of using the different original formats, organizations can leverage many benefits:

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Automatically save and archive Emails to local disk or Network drive

By replicating expired but business critical emails from your Outlook mailboxes to a local disk or network drive automatically, outside of Outlook, MSG Exporter add-in helps organizations and users avoid manual tasks of dealing with email retention and wasting time, effort and productivity.

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Store emails in Database

Microsoft Outlook does not provide a way of exporting emails data to an external database. The AssistMyTeam Database Exporter add-in for Microsoft Outlook is designed to overcome the inability of the Outlook’s built-in ‘Import and Export Wizard’ to export data to an external database, allowing you to export any kind of data, including custom fields, to a database, in a simple click, or even better, on the fly with no intervention from the user.

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Automatically detach attachments from emails

Detach attachments from emails to a local folder or network disk to save precious space on your Exchange mailbox and cloud storage. This also contributes in making Outlook run much faster with better performance, and removes the requirement for constantly archiving duties. Furthermore, at times when there is a need to move the attachments back to original mail item, like when replying or forwarding, use Attachment Manager add-in to automatically re-attach the associated files from the local disk back to the original email.

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