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Attachment  Auto Saver for Outlook - User Guide

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Attachment Auto Saver for Outlook User Guide



Attachment Auto Saver is a Microsoft Outlook Add-On designed to automatically save file attachments to your hard drive. Once the attachment has been saved it is removed from the message and replaced with a reference link so that you can always open the attachments by clicking the attachment paper clip. Below is a list of features available in Attachment Auto Saver.


  • Integrates into Outlook as a Add-On component.

  • Can be setup to automatically save attachments as messages are received in a specified folder. 

  • Can define one or multiple folders to save attachments to.

  • Removes attachments and provides a reference link to the saved attachment.

  • Can manually save attachments from any Outlook folder.

  • Compatible with Outlook 2000, 2002 (XP) and 2003



Attachment Auto Saver is automatically installed when you run the setup.exe that is in the install package. The install program will guide you through the install procedure step by step. You will need to shutdown any running copies of Outlook before installing Attachment Auto Saver. 


The options dialog is where you define which Outlook folders to monitor and where to save any received attachments. The options dialog is also used if you want to manually save existing attachments.  Below is a break down of the dialog and it's functionality.

Select Save Location Section
Here you define the hard drive location you want the attachments to be saved to. You can manually type in the path information  or use the browse button to select the folder path from hard drive directory list. 

Pick Outlook Folder To Watch
Here you will see a list of folders currently available in Outlook. You select the folder you want to watch for attachments by clicking the selected folder 

Active folders list
Here you will see a list of the source/destination selection made. Each line in this list show the Outlook Folder selected  and where the attachments from this folder is to be saved. The list is populated when you click the add button. 

Add Button
Once a save location and Outlook folder have been defined you click the Add Button to add the data pair to the Active Folder List. 

Remove Button
The remove button is used to remove a currently monitored Outlook folder from the process. Simply select an item in the Active Folder List and click the remove button. 

Scan Button 
The scan button is used to manually save attachments from a selected folder. The process is the same. You define a save location and select the Outlook folder to be monitored. Click the scan button and the program will scan the selected folder and save any existing attachments. This option is good for doing a folder that you do not want to continually monitor. 


Disable Automatic Saver

If you click the "Attachment Saver" button on the Outlook standard toolbar you will see one of the options is "Disable". If this option has a check mark then all automatic saves have been disabled. Click the item to remove the check mark and enable the automatic save. 



To uninstall Attachment Auto Saver follow the steps below... 

1. Launch the Control Panel from the Start button.
2. Select Add/Remove Programs from the list.
3. Select Attachment Auto Saver from the list of installed programs. 
4. Click the remove button. 


 Product  Pricing

Current Version: 1.2 Attachment Auto Saver  is a simple way of automatically save attachment from Microsoft Outlook

Attachment Auto Saver  is sold and licensed on a per user basis. Each user must register their own copy.


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System Requirements

Computer: Minimum required by operating system you are running.
Operating System: Attachment Auto Saver  will run on the following Windows operating systems. 


Requires Microsoft Outlook
 2000, XP, 2003



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