Author: EMail | Price: 0 | License: Freeware
O/S: Win 10 32Bit | Category: Internet | Downloads: 0
Requirements: Microsoft Outlook 2003/2007/2010/2013/2016/2019/365
The free tool is an easy way to save email messages from Outlook by exporting them to HTML files. Saved HTML files can be viewed on anyputer or mobile phone using a web browser, with no need to install additional programs. The exported HTML files will contain all the pictures and attachments, and the files themselves will be arranged into folders. You can upload such messages to the Inte or share them with partners who do not have Outlook installed. Exporting messages to HTML files is also a good secondary mail backup. You can save Outlook messages to HTML manually. However, you can do this only for one opened message. If you want to save the entire folder from Outlook into HTML, multiple folders, or the entire mailbox, you mustn this utility. Key program benefits: - Exports emails from any Outlook folders to HTML files, including Search Folders, Shared Folders and Exchange Server Public Folders. - Retains the original Outlook folder scture; converted HTML files will reside in the same folders and subfolders on your disk. - Saves attachments to separate folders next to HTML files, including inline images and hidden attachments. - Saves embedded attachments like messages and other Outlook items to MSG files. - Converts senders and recipients from Outlook messages to HTML files. - Provides macros for naming files and folders. This allows you to create any folder scture for converted HTML files, and allows you to customize filenames. - Safely saves HTML files, renaming or skipping existing ones if necessary. - Supports ton the conversion directly from Outlook. You can create different configurations for saving HTML files (for example, for different folders); you cann the desired configuration in one click. - Exports selected messages from Outlook to HTML from the right-click context menu. - Automatically exports iing messages to HTML, thanks to integration with Outlookles. - and a great deal more...