As anyone who receives attachments pretty regularly can tell you, managing those attachments can be quite a hassle. It’s bad enough to go sifting through your email inbox looking for just the right email, but then you have to open the email, scroll down to the bottom to click the attachment, then download it, no matter how many times you may have already looked at it (if you’re like me and delete your browser history and downloads folder routinely to keep hackers or co-users from nabbing sensitive work documents).
Luckily, OutlookAttachView scans all the messages that you keep stored in your Outlook folder then displays one complete, easy-to-read list of all the attachments that it gathers. This lets you easily select any (or all!) of the attachments and move them to a folder on your computer or to a separate folder in your Outlook. At the same time, you can easily delete attachments in the same way, freeing up a lot of space on your hard drive or in your mailbox. Finally, you can use the program to save the list of attachments into xml/html/text/csv file for later recall.
There are a few system requirements you’ll have to have in order to take full advantage of this attachment manager: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/2003/2008. Microsoft Outlook 2003, Microsoft Outlook 2007, Microsoft Outlook 2010, or Microsoft Outlook 2013. Unfortunately, this little handy product is only intended for use with higher-end paid options; OutlookAttachView does not work with Outlook Express.
If this sounds like the kind of tool that would make managing your email and all your attachments easier, then check it out by downloading the latest version, 2.78. To download the updated version of OutlookAttachView from FileHippo, click HERE.